Event information

11-15 November 2019

The 2019 Human Rights Week

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Organized by the University of Geneva, in partnership with the Geneva Academy, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, the Republic and State of Geneva and the Festival Les Créatives, the 2019 Human Rights Week proposes a rich programme of conferences, debates, exhibitions, a film screening, and cultural events.

The Role of Human Rights Mechanisms in Implementing International Humanitarian Law

The 2019 edition will notably comprise a scientific colloquium on 14 and 15 November on the role of human rights mechanisms in implementing international humanitarian law. Background research for this colloquium has been conducted by the Geneva Academy.

Location

University of Geneva, Rue Général-Dufour 24 (Uni Dufour) and Bd du Pont-d'Arve 40 (Uni Mail), Geneva

Access

Uni Dufour

Tram 15 - Stop Cirque or Plainpalais

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Uni Mail

Tram 15 - Stop Uni Mail

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