World Day Against Trafficking
The report of the survey conducted in 2018 by the CIPDH-UNESCO and the Center of Human Rights of the Law School of the University of Buenos Aires on students from this university was presented.
The three winners of the award annually granted by the CIPDH-UNESCO with the purpose of recognizing and raising awareness of local public policies in Latin America and the Caribbean for the promotion of social transformations to favor inclusion and non discrimination were selected.
The call for teachers, graduates and/or academics from Argentine universities to be part of the tutoring program for Law and Social Sciences students in Haiti will be open until November 15.
International Course on Human Rights 2019: analyzing the relationship between Development and Human Rights
This year 36 students from 26 nations participated in classes and specific lectures conducted by academics and specialists with international experience in human rights.
The colombian scholar will deliver the inaugural conference "Development and Human Rights: Tensions and complementarities" on Monday, September 23 at the Palermo University Auditorium, Buenos Aires.
César Rodríguez Garavito, Colombian jurist and sociologist, spoke about “The Future of Human Rights: Action-Research for a Multipolar and Multimedia World”. He was accompanied by Guillermo Fernandez-Maldonado Castro, Deputy Representative of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Colombia, and of Juan Mendez, former reporter of the United Nations on