On 15 and 16 July 2022, the European Parliament and the Global Campus of Human Rights organise the second Global State of Human Rights conference in Venice-Lido (Italy), to discuss the state of Human Rights in the world, with a particular focus this year on children’s rights.
During our Venice School for Human Rights Defenders, we met Sahraa Karimi, Film Director and Scriptwriter, and we had a discussion with our students about the film “Have, Maryam, Ayesha”, which premiered at the 76. Venice Film Festival and was nominated for Best Film with the Orizzonti Prize. Together with our Press Office, we interviewed Ms Karimi.
Over 100 students, academics and experts from more than 50 countries joined, either in presence or online, the four-days long Global Classroom 2022 on internal displacement, amiably hosted by the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria.
Our Annual Report 2021 demonstrates our contribution to empowering current and future human rights defenders through our multiple activities: master’s programmes, vocational training, cross-cultural exchanges, advocacy programmes, and much more.