The London HR Congress will focus in particular on the following Issues:
"The Human Rights Situation in Germany” A Keynote Speech by Cem Özdemir, Leader of the German Green Party – Berlin International Human Rights Congress 2010 (watch)
Event IntroductionThe London International Human Rights Congress is an international Conference held by the ICD, in partnership with the Slovenian Democratic Party and in cooperation with leading organizations. The aim of the conference is to reflect on the operation and application of Human Rights with particular focus on Immigration and Integration. The program will consist of lectures, seminars, debates and panel discussions that will feature leading figures from international politics & diplomacy, academia, civil society, and the private sector.
Since the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, the dignity and respect afforded to the protection of Human Rights across the Globe has faced an unprecedented amount of challenges. In our Globalised and Multicultural world rights relating to Immigration and Integration are those which are both most important in terms of International Relations, and those most at risk. It is during times like these that the International Human Rights framework is tested in a way like never before. Raising new questions such as how far should National Financial or Economic failings be allowed to influence the Universality of access to fundamental rights? The London International Human Rights Congress will discuss the challenges and opportunities which arise in the quest to protect Human Rights in the 21st Century.
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Certificate of AttendanceAll participants will be awarded an official certificate of attendance upon completion of the program, which provides details about the speakers and topics at the conference. Each certificate will be signed by members of the ICD's Advisory Board.
Conference LocationsBased in London the conference, will be hosted at a number of important political and cultural locations across the city (The Romanian Embassy, The Charity Centre, Goldsmiths University of London and . Latham & Watkins London Offices).
The Congress seeks to achieve a new global commitment to International Human Rights in this new modern Age of Austerity and will achieve these goals by exploring the routes and avenues by which a balance can be sought between dedication to a modern Human Rights regime as well as Immigration and Integration. (more)