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Human Rights in XXI Century – Human Rights of Refugees 0 Reply

In the framework of the International Conference on “Human Rights in the challenging 21st century: Globalizing Dignity”, (09 – 10 May) which has been curated by Mr. Viriato Soromenho-Marques and organized by the Gulbenkian Foundation, the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights and the Embassies of Austria and the United States America; Dialogue CafĂ© Association will organise a side event on Human Rights in XXI Century – Human Rights of Refugees on 09 May 2016 from 15h to 16h30 (London time).

 

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The aim of this global conversation is to discuss issues relating to Human Rights in a complex world, where vulnerable groups as Refugees and Migrants communities are facing challenges on their daily life and not respected as human beings.

What kind of change can we promote in order to fight against discrimination? What about if we were able to provide them with access to their rights as well as better opportunities for a peaceful life? How young generations can overcome the challenge of discrimination, ensure their access to human rights, and become contributors to the promotion of the inclusion of these communities?

Venues: Dialogue CafĂ© Lisbon (Room 3 – Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation), Dialogue CafĂ© Florence (Robert F Kennedy Human Rights Italy) and Dialogue CafĂ© Rio de Janeiro (University Cándido Mendes – UCAM)

Target audience: experts, civil society organisations, decision makers, and young people keen on Human Rights, refugees and migrants.

Download the the latest version of the programme.

For more information, contact the Dialogue Café Association.

Join us in this global conversation and share with us your thoughts,

your ideas and your vision of the future!

 

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Thank you Augusta! your words are very important for us. Our work is made for the others, for a better worlds as you mentioned. See you soon!
daliasendra on 2017.10.25