Date: 09-12-2021Time: 11:00 AMLocation: online
Do you want to make Human Rights mechanisms work for WASH? Learn how to influence human rights monitoring processes? Then join this webinar.
About this event
On the occasion of Human Rights Day, and in collaboration with the University of Amsterdam, we are launching the Human Rights Lectures Series, which will take you on a 7-step journey to understand human rights and engage with human rights mechanisms.
The interactive event takes place on 9 December at: 11 AM Central European Time / 1 PM East African Time / 3:45 PM Nepal Time / 4 PM Bangladesh Standard Time / 5 PM Indonesia Time
You will hear more about our lectures and get the chance to engage with our panelists on the role of civil society organisations in human rights monitoring mechanisms.
And there will be a keynote speech by Dr. Yvonne Donders, Professor International Human Rights and Cultural Diversity and Head of the Department of International and European Public Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Amsterdam. She also works as Commissioner at the Netherlands Human Rights Institute.
Facilitator: Angelina Yusridar Mustafa, Simavi
Keynote by Dr. Yvonne Donders
Panelists: Alisa Clarke, OHCHR - UPR Branch | Judith Hoevenaars, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Netherlands | Jahin Shams, Uttaran, Bangladesh
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Please send us your questions about human rights mechanisms in advance. Then we will address them in this webinar.
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The webinar is made possible thank to Simavi and the University of Amsterdam. With special thanks to Middelburg Human Rights Law Consultancy.