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Research Centre Human Rights

The inter-disciplinary Research Centre “Human Rights” was established as a subunit of the Faculty of Law at the University of Vienna in May 2014. The Research Centre succeeded the Research Platform “Human Rights in the European Context” after a six‐year period of successful interdisciplinary research in the field of human rights. The leader of the Research Centre Manfred Nowak closely works together with the deputy-leaders Christina Binder and Hannes Tretter.
The Research Centre assembles 15 academics of 10 departments of 5 faculties of the University of Vienna with the purpose of strengthening the interdisciplinary research on the topic of human rights.
The HUMAN RIGHTS TALKS and the film series of the Research Centre Human Rights have taken place since 2009 in cooperation with the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights.

Link to the Research Centre: http://human-rights.univie.ac.at
 

HUMAN RIGHTS TALK: data collection and monitoring as significant tools to combat racism

At the talk, panellists Petja DIMITROVA (Artist), Josef KYTIR (Statistics Austria), Monika MAYRHOFER (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights), and Claudia SCHÄFFER (ZARA-Civil Courage and Anti-Racism Work) will discuss the role of monitoring and data collection as important methods and means of supporting the fight against racism today.

Location: 
Diplomatic Academy of Vienna, Favoritenstrasse 15a, 1040 Wien

HUMAN RIGHTS TALK: Victims of violence seeking for asylum in Austria

On the panel Margit Ammer (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights), Ruth Kronsteiner (Hemayat), Nadja Lorenz (Netzwerk Asylanwalt) and Thomas Wenzel (Psychiatrist) will discuss the situation of torture survivors in asylum procedures. The talk will be moderated by Irene Brickner (Der Standard). The event will be held in German!

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Location: 
Aula des Universitätscampus Altes AKH, 1. Hof, Spitalgasse 2-4, 1090 Wien

HUMAN RIGHTS TALK: Female Quotas - Yes, please?

The proportion of women in politics, public service, supervisory boards in the private sector or in government-related companies is a current topic. EU Commissioner Reding's proposal for a quota for women in supervisory boards and the debate in Germany led to the question: What are the developments with regards to female quotas in Austra?{C}

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Location: 
Dachgeschoß im Juridicum (Schottenbastei 10-16, 1010-Wien)

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