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The 3rd Global Human Rights Forums
Tearing Down the Walls of Stigma

 

26-28 October, Belgrade, Serbia

Welcome to the 3rd Global Human Rights Forum!

 

After two sucessuful international Forums we are pleased to present you The 3rd Global Human Rights Forum designed by the Association Social Margin Center. The 3rd Forum named "Tearing Down the Walls of Stigma" will be held 26-28 October in Belgrade, Serbia.

 
 

The first Forum was held in Belgrade in October 2016 and the second one in May 2017. The Forums gathered more than 30 speakers - the most engaging human rights advocates, entrepreneurs and leaders from 15 countries. Participants from more than 25 countries in four continents met in order to share their stories and discover ways to promote freedom and set free the pure human potential across the world. 

The Global Human Rights Forums is a series of transformative conferences designed to influence a shift of paradigm of human rights as something divided into slices by privileged individuals and groups. The organizing team started this project believing that all people have the fundamental right to participate, enjoy and develop in a safe and inclusive environment. All members of the team have experienced discrimination on their own skin and have fought against it on all fronts, personally and professionally, through activism and academia. 

The conferences are designed to enable efficient networking platform for people of different backgrounds and beliefs. One of the special objectives of the conferences is to bring certain topics to the attention of the global plenum and to establish an influential brand with a potential of being a catalyst of future change.

This Forum is unique in its content because it offers a lot of opportunities to all of its participants. One of them is the possibility of applying with their own research and theoretical work and to become one of the panelists. In addition to the regular panels, conference participants will be delivered a unique experience to participate in the Living Library. 

Participation

          If you are:

  • High school student (16 years or older), student, postgraduate student, youth leader or activist
  • University professor, researcher, representative of an NGO or institution
  • Highly interested in human rights issues
  • Willing to learn, participate, meet new people from all over the world and spend a great time

    This Forum is a great opportunity for you!

 

First minute conference fee:

EUR 109

Conference Fee

This package includes:

  • Entrance to all panels
  • Living Library Session
  • Welcome Coctail
  • Two lunches
  • Refreshments during the sessions
  • All conference materials
  • Official certificate
  • Belgrade Sightseeing
  • The possibility of applying with personal theoretical and research papers
 

EUR 159

CONFERENCE FEE + HOSTEL
[SPECIAL OFFER]

This package includes:

  • Hostel Accommodation for 4 nights
  • Entrance to all panels
  • Living Library Session
  • Welcome Coctail
  • Two lunches
  • Refreshments during the sessions
  • All conference materials
  • Official certificate
  • Belgrade Sightseeing
  • The possibility of applying with personal theoretical and research papers
 

RSD 3000

Participation fee for citizens of serbia

This package includes:

  • Entrance to all panels
  • Living Library Session
  • Welcome Coctail
  • Refreshments during the sessions
  • All conference materials
  • Official certificate
  • The possibility of applying with personal theoretical and research papers
 

Participation fee does not include travel costs.
The selected participants can apply for financial support in their home countries. If needed, the organizer will provide the applicants with letters of support.

 

THE APLICATIONS ARE OPEN!

ORGANISER

               

               

The Forums are designed by the Serbian voluntary, non-party, non-governmental and non-profit association Social Margin Center

The Center is working on changing the social system of values in accordance with values such as tolerance, equality, solidarity, non-violence and similar. The organization is involved in the construction of a democratic, civil and responsible society in which human rights are respected, as well as the principle of equal opportunities for all. Besides the GHRF conferences, the most important program we implement is Media Literacy program for high school and undergraduate students.

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