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  • About the event

    This project explores the strategies of human and civil rights practitioners who advocate for the rights of marginalized communities and demonstrate how they present their concerns to government and social influencers. It addresses approaches to defending the rights of religious and ethnic minorities, members of the LGBTQI community, refugees, internally displaced persons, and other vulnerable populations. Participants will explore creative approaches to celebrate diversity, promote inclusive public attitudes, address sensitive issues by working across institutional lines, and expand collaborative networks.

    Countries visiting: Bangladesh, Croatia, Finland, Germany, Guyana, Hong Kong S.A.R, India, Iraq, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Republic of Kosovo, Lesotho, Malaysia, Nepal, Nigeria, Norway, Palestinian Territories, Republic of Korea, Rwanda, Sweden