CfA – The Berlin International Human Rights Congress (Berlin, 1st – 4th October 2010)?

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    The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy is currently accepting applications for
    the forthcoming conference “The Berlin International Human Rights Congress:
    Human Rights and Democracy in a Globalized World – Moving Towards an
    International Consensus?” (Berlin, 1st – 4th October 2010).

    The conference is being held in cooperation with Amnesty International
    Germany, Dubrovnik International University, and the Atlantic Club of
    Bulgaria. The four day program will include lectures and panel discussions
    featuring experts from international politics and diplomacy, academia, and
    civil society. These components will explore salient issues in the field of
    human rights, the relationship between human rights and democracy, and the
    key challenges that lie ahead in these fields.

    Speakers during the conference will include:

    Cem Özdemir (Co-Leader, Bündnis ’90/Die Grünen)

    Dr. Solomon Isaac Passy (Former Foreign Minister of Bulgaria)

    Dr. Emil Constantinescu (Former President of Romania)

    H.E. Ya?ar Yak?? (Former Foreign Minister of Turkey)

    Prof. Dr. Heiner Bielefeld (UN Special Rapporteur on the Freedom of
    Religion or Belief, Professor of Human Rights and Human Rights Politics,
    University of Erlangen-Nürnberg)

    Benjamin Titze (Advisory Board Member, Amnesty International Germany)

    Dr. Anne V. Adams (Director, WEB Du Bois Memorial Centre for Pan-African
    Culture, Ghana)

    Dr. Alan Berman (Senior Lecturer in Law, Newcastle University, Australia)

    Further information can be found under

    Enquiries should be directed to

    Many thanks,

    Peter Rees

    Development Director
    The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy

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