“Res Publica Civilis” Conference
The Czech Republic is the only EU country that doesn’t have the antidiscrimination directives implemented yet. The already second governmental proposal of a single antidiscrimination law forbids discrimination based on sex, race or ethnic origin, nationality, age, sexual orientation, disability and religion and belief in areas set by the race directive.
1 October 2008. Budapest, Hungary. Today a coalition of thirteen non-governmental organisations sent a public letter to the Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány urging his government to comply with obligations under the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities by establishing a Disability Ombudsman.
The Institute of Public Affairs and The Centre for International Relations (CIR) invites you to take part in the conference
The conference is organised within the frame of the Coalition for Child Friendly Interviewing project by the Nobody’s Children Foundation in partnership and financial support of the Ministry of Justice, the City Hall of Warsaw and the Trust for Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe.
On November 5-7, 2008, some 150 lawyers, NGO representatives, and academics from across Europe and the US will gather in Budapest, Hungary at the Forum to explore emerging trends in pro bono legal practice in Europe.
More than 120 of the world’s leading human rights and equality experts are today calling for the most radical re-think of equal rights in two generations as global economic turmoil holds nations in its grip.
Krystyna Pryjomko-Serafin, who runs a children's centre in Tanzania, and the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights are this year's winners of the Sergio Vieira de Mello Award. Sergio Vieira de Mello was UN High Commissioner for Human Rights from 2002 to 2003.
The aim of the conference was to promote outcomes of the project
The Association of Leaders of Local Civic Groups invites you to take part in the conference “ Civic participation – areas, conditions, possibilities. Does making a local budget more social trigger civic activism?”