The Fundamental Rights Forum 2021 will take place in a hybrid form on 11-12 October. All sessions will be live-streamed, with some taking place in Vienna, Strasbourg, Geneva, Warsaw, Ljubljana, Oslo, and online.
The Forum is a unique platform for dialogue about the most pressing human rights challenges that Europe faces today. Bringing together diverse voices, it gives a platform for a diverse range of voices, uniting politics, business, trade unions, civil society, the arts, and sports.
The main goal of the Forum is to build a vision of hope in the “new normal”. To guide this endeavor, the Forum proposes questions on how to address equality and sustainability in the EU growth and development models, and how to ensure social rights and help realise human rights. To address these questions, Equinet as well as its members and partners will be organising different sessions that will focus on ensuring equality and communicating its importance.
Equinet, as part of the C9 group
11 October, 14:20-14:30, Vienna City Hall – Festsaal
Equinet, ENNHRI, Council of Europe, Unia (Interfederal Centre for Equal Opportunities and Opposition to Racism, Belgium), Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission, Validity, European Committee of Social Rights and the European Roma and Travelers Forum.
11 October, 14:30-15:30, Strasbourg
Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission
11 October, 17:00-17:45, Vienna City Hall – Steinsaal II
Slovak National Centre for Human Rights
12 October, 10:15-11:15, Channel 2 – online
Défenseur des Droits, France, ATD Fourth World
12 October, 10:15-11:15, Channel 1 – online
Equinet, ENNHRI, Office of the Ombudswoman of Croatia
12 October, 13:00-14:00, Vienna City Hall – Festsaal
Equinet, ENNHRI, Danish Institute for Human Rights, Gender Equality and Equal Treatment Commissioner of Estonia, Romanian Institute for Human Rights, Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, Office of the Ombudswoman of Croatia
12 October, 13:00-14:00, Online
For a complete programme and to register for the Fundamental Rights Forum 2021, click here.