The conference - which takes place at the Hertie School of Governance from the 23rd-24th of May 2013 - aims to explore the capacity for collective actors, such as NGOs or other bodies representing collective interests, to enforce EU law.
The world conference on human rights took place 20 years ago, but where are we at now? Even though there have been numerous accomplishments, human rights violations still take place every day around the world. But what instruments are necessary for prosecuting human rights violations consequently?
Taking part on behalf of the BIM is Manfred Nowak.
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On May 13th 2013 an event about the question of who we are allowed to take a photograph of is taking place at the Juridicum in Vienna. This debate will focus on whether professionals and individuals are only allowed to take photographs of people after asking them for permission first.
Taking part on behalf of the BIM is Hannes Tretter.
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Sabine Mandl, BIM's women's rights expert, discusses with experts on gender, diversity, critical men's studies and development cooperation about a common understanding of gender mainstreaming.
The panel discussion is held in German. Further information on the discussion and registration can be found in the invitation attached.
The Sir Peter Ustinov Institute is organising a conference on "Resentment and conflict - prejudices and concepts of enemies in times of change". Taking part on behalf of the BIM is Manfred Nowak who will moderate Panel V - "Opportunities and limits of problemsolving".
In cooperation with ECPAT Austria and LexisNexis, the Law Faculty of the University of Vienna and the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights elaborated two expert opinions on questions concerning assistance to and identification of victims of child trafficking as well as concerning the criminal responsibility of perpetrators. The expert opinions are presented at ACTnow - Anti-Child-Trafficking (in German), moderated by Dr. Eric Frey (Der Standard). Manfred Nowak, Helmut Sax and Barbara Weichselbaum are on the panel.
Program and registration can be found here.
The event will be held in German.
Hilde F. Johnson, Special Representative of the SG and Head of the United Nations Mission in the Republic of South Sudan will talk on a side event for 57th Commission on the Status of Women - Panel Series on Women, Peace and Security about Women's Empowerment in South Sudan. She will take a look at Gender-Responsive Peacekeeping in Practice. Opening remarks by Dr. Aurelia Frick, Foreign Minister of Liechtenstein. Please see more information here.
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This panel will be co-organized by the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights.