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Cycle of conferences “Social and civil rights in Spain”

In 2019, in collaboration with the Cervantes Institute, FIBGAR held a series of conferences “Social and Civil Rights in Spain” in different cities.

The following meetings were held:

– On the graves: the difficult work of reconstructing memory in Spain-BERLIN (26/04/2019).

Speakers: Baltasar Garzón and Wolfgang Kaleck, civil rights lawyer and Secretary General of the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights.

– The right to the truth: Renné Lafont-PARIS (13/06/2019).

Speakers: Rodrigo Lledó Vásquez, director of Stop Ecocidio Americas and vice-president of Human Rights without Borders and José García Méndez President of the association Caminar.

– The decade that revolutionized freedom of expression: 2009-2019-LONDON (13/09/2019).

Speaker: Renata Ávila, Guatemalan lawyer and activist, specialized in technology and intellectual property working on the intersection of human rights and technology and Executive Director of the Smart Citizen Foundation.

Civil and Social Rights in Spain and Italy-ROME (24/10/2019).

Speakers: Paloma Favieres, State Coordinator of the legal service of the Refugee Aid Commission, Francesco Martone, journalist and Donatella di Cesare, professor.

– The multiple paths of universal justice-NEW YORK (04/11/2019).

Speaker: Naomi Roht-Arriaza, lawyer.


Status: Completed
Place: Global
Beneficiaries: Civil society
Collaborators: Cervantes Institute
Funding: Cervantes Institute
Strategic line: Human rights

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