Let’s talk about Human Rights Careers

13:30 - 15:00

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Online/uniMEET

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The International Centre for the Promotion of Human Rights at the Local and Regional Levels under the auspices of UNESCO and the UNESCO Chair in Human Rights and Human Security invite you cordially to the next generation networking event "Let’s talk about Human Rights Careers - Making the hobby of the few the responsibility of the many".

The event seeks to establish a link between today’s stakeholders and tomorrow’s actors: Exchange practical knowledge of working in the broad field of human rights, discuss the realization of future perspectives and aspirations, and gain insights into professionalization opportunities at the local level - a sphere gaining ever-more importance in the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals and the international human rights agenda!

The event is organised for members of the next generation. Students of all disciplines, young professionals and career beginners can exchange with established human rights experts from different levels, regions and with different professions.

We invite you to join us for this exciting event!

Register here: https://www.humanrightsgolocal.org/academy22/next-generation/

Konstantinos Tararas (tbc) works as a Programme Specialist in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) Inclusion, Rights and Dialogue Section in Paris, contributing to a wide range of the Organization’s human rights-related activities.

Milou Jansen is an expert in the field of digital human rights, digitalization, human rights and artificial intelligence. She leads the team on "Digital Rights" in the City of Amsterdam and coordinates the Cities Coalition for Digital Rights, a network of 50+ cities - working together to protect and uphold digital rights at the local and global level.

Vickie Casanova-Willis has experience in various human rights jobs in the US for over 15 years. She is former Executive Director of US Human Rights Network and worked within the US Human Rights Cities Alliance, International Human Rights Association of American Minorities and advocated for disenfranchised youth and families.

Lionel Nzamba Nzamba is a member of the Network of Young Local Elected Officials in Africa (YELO) of the United Cities and Local Governments Africa network (UCLG Africa) and is an expert in African Migration.

Find all the information compiled in this PDF.

In case of further questions, please contact agnes.romanin(at)uni-graz.at

The event takes place in the framework of the 2022 Academy and Conference "Human Rights Go Local - What Works".


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