The joint annual report 2022 of the UNESCO Chair in Human Rights and Human Security and the International Centre for the Promotion of Human Rights at Local and Regional Levels is now available online, highlighting the many synergies between our institutions!
The International Centre for the Promotion of Human Rights at the Local and Regional Levels (ETC Graz) is looking for a volunteer for the period from April to June 2023 at the rate of approximately 15 hours per week (exact working time and range of hours to be agreed upon).
The new project ACTION at the International Centre for the Promotion of Human Rights at the Local and Regional Levels aims at increasing the usability and dissemination of anti-racism strategies and tools on the local level in a determined, goal-oriented manner.
The hybrid panel “Combatting racism and discrimination at the local level: experiences, strategies and lessons learnt” aims to bring key international actors together to share perspectives and exchange strategies, policies, and success stories related to combating racism and xenophobia at the local level.
From February 1 to 8 2023, the third Edition of the Annual Academy and Conference “Human Rights Go Local – What Works” took place, titled “Governing the city by human rights objectives: Management concepts and instruments”.