Within the framework of the International Course on Human Rights 2018, the open conference will be related to: “The future of Human Rights: Investigation–Action for a Multipolar and Multimedia World”, by César Rodríguez Garavito, Director of the legal and social studies center Dejusticia and Director of Global Justice and Human Rights Program at Los Andes University (Bogotá, Colombia)

With the support of the UNESCO Regional Bureau of Science for Latin America and the Caribbean and in collaboration with the Latin American and Caribbean Coalition of Cities against Racism, Discrimination and Xenophobia, the ICPHR presents the Handbook The SDGs and Cities. International Human Mobility.

In a world and regional context where migrants, asylum seekers and refugees tend to settle down in urban spaces, this practical handbook aims to provide strategies to local governments of the region for a democratic and respectful reception of migrants in the cities; in line with the 2030 Agenda and its Sustanaible Development Goals.

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Workshops for foreign students who are in Buenos Aires

CIPDH workshops aim to promote knowledge, awareness, and practices regarding human rights through heritage sites related with memory.

Next workshops Migrants and Refugees: Thursday, October 24, 2018 from 3 pm.
The craft of Memory: workshop on sites, arhives, testimonies: Wednesday, November 7, 2018 from 10 am.

Construir Igualdad Award

With the aim of strengthening key aspects for the construction of more democratic societies, the CIPDH created the Construir Igualdad (Building Equality) Award.

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International conference on archives and human rights: an agenda to strengthen democracy

Documentary heritage related to human rights plays an essential role in processes of democratic consolidation, especially when it refers to periods of repression, armed conflicts or dictatorships in which those rights have been seriously violated.

Efemérides en Derechos Humanos

En 1981 la Asamblea de las Naciones Unidas estableció el 21 de septiembre como el Día Internacional de la Paz. El mundo ha cambiado mucho desde entonces, pero la paz sigue siendo uno de los reclamos indispensables de las sociedades. Según la Escola de Cultura de Pau de Barcelona, durante 2017 se registraron 33 conflictos armados en el mundo que tuvieron graves consecuencias en muertes y millones de personas desplazadas. Es tan acuciante la situación que la ONU plantea el “Derecho a la Paz” como el lema para este aniversario.

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