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OUR EVENTS

THE GENEVA CENTRE ORGANIZES A NUMBER OF CONFERENCES, SYMPOSIA, SIDE-EVENTS, ROUND TABLES, CULTURAL EVENTS AND WORKSHOPS.

Our events address the most pressing human rights issues, including those examined by the UN human rights structures and mechanisms. Our events bring together a variety of stakeholders such as the United Nations (UN), intergovernmental organizations, governments, civil society, academia, independent human rights actors, the private sector and the public to discuss human rights topics of global importance.

BACK TO SCHOOL NOT WORK: ENDING CHILD LABOUR IN A POST-COVID WORLD

2022-11-15T10:07:21+01:002021, June 2nd|CHILDREN'S RIGHTS AND EDUCATION, EVENTS, OUR EVENTS|

On the occasion of the International Year on the Eradication of Child Labour, the Geneva Centre is organizing an online event entitled “Back to School not Work: Ending Child Labour in a Post-COVID World”. Join us on 17 June 2021 to learn more about child labour and to discuss how, together, we can reverse this trend.

COVID-19 AND RIGHT TO EDUCATION: CURRENT IMPACT AND FUTURE CONSEQUENCES

2022-11-15T10:10:13+01:002021, March 12th|CHILDREN'S RIGHTS AND EDUCATION, EVENTS, OUR EVENTS|

Invited speakers coming from different types of fields and organizations will discuss and elaborate on the current impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the right to education, and the future consequences it may have. Speakers will identify the main risks and problems and will also present solutions for the future, to safeguard and promote the right to education following the pandemic.

PATHWAYS TO AN EQUAL FUTURE: WOMEN INSPIRING CHANGE

2022-11-15T10:12:53+01:002021, March 8th|EVENTS, OUR EVENTS, WOMEN'S RIGHTS AND GENDER EQUALITY|

On the occasion of the International Women’s Day, the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue will hold a virtual event to celebrate the commitment, the courage, the empowerment and the determination of millions of ordinary women and men who do extraordinary things in order to promote a society based on gender equality and respect for women’s rights.

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