3.5 days, 300 participants, 58 countries represented, 70 workshops and plenaries, 6,628 messages exchanged on the Conference App, 701 posts on the Conference hashtag #ICHRE2017 and over 10 million people reached on Twitter alone….
How can we capture the spirit of the many memorable moments that happened at the International Conference on Human Rights Education – Bridging our Diversities?
We hope the following Conference highlights and upcoming publications will give you a sense of the insightful, meaningful and passionate exchanges between participants during the Conference, and inspire future actions and partnerships for human rights education in Canada and around the world.
Thank you to everyone involved for making the 8th International Conference on Human Rights Education such a success!
Conference Declaration and Recommendations
Read the Declaration and Recommendations here :http://ichre2017.equitas.org/en/declaration/… and share YOUR commitment on social media using the hashtag #ICHRE2017
Upcoming: We will be publishing a collection of accessible human rights education success stories and good practices for professionals in various human rights and education areas, as well as a tool of indicators of human rights education impact for practitioners. Stay tuned!
On social Media
The Conference was organized by:
With the active participation in the Advisory Committee of the Canadian Human Rights Commission, the Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse (Québec), the Australian Council for Human Rights Education and Amnesty International.
The organizing partners gratefully acknowledge the financial partners for their generous support:
- Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
- Power Corporation
- The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation
- Tourisme Montréal
- Business Develpment Bank of Canada (BDC)