Social & Cultural Inequality
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The 2012 International Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy & Human Rights: “Social & Cultural Inequality: Innovative Strategies to Promote Access to Human Rights and Equalize Globalization”


Location: the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy, Berlin, Germany

Dates: June 1st - 4th, 2012

Symposium Agenda
The 2012 International Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy in Berlin will focus on analysing the current global situation and will offer innovative strategies to promote greater access to human rights and to equalize the process of globalization, while using the practice of cultural diplomacy as a tool to enhance these processes.

Symposium Speakers
The speakers during the conference will include leading figures and experts from international politics, academia, the diplomatic community, civil society and the private sector, from across the world. These speakers will include a number of individuals from the ICD Advisory Board.


A Selection of Speakers for Symposia include:
Dr. Alberto Iglesias Garzón
Economist, Member of Parliament (Izquierda Unida), Spain, 
Instituto de derechos humanos Bartolomé de las Casas-Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Bernard M Ngoepe
President, The African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights                
Catherine Casey
West Africa Manager, Acumen Fund
David Smith
Africa Correspondent, The Guardian
Elsa Stamatopoulou
Professor, Columbia University & Former Director of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, New York Office
Hassan Shire Sheikh
Coordinator of the East and Horn of Africa Human Rights Defenders Project
Jacqui Hunt 
Director, Equality Now, London Office
Justice Augustino S. L. Ramadhani
Chief Justice of the United Republic of Tanzania
Katlijn Malfliet
Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Leuven
Seyran Ates
German Lawyer and Author
Steven Shapiro
Legal Director of the American Civil Liberties Union
Prof. Dr. Surya P. Subedi O.B.E.
Professor of International Law, University of Leeds, UN Special Rapporteur for Cambodia

Participants
Participants will include young professionals, students and academics, representatives from politics, diplomats, practitioners from the civil society and the private sector, Media representatives and other individuals with an active interest in the Program’s themes.

Participation Cost
The participation cost for the program is 195 Euros. If offered a place in the program, applicants are then required to transfer the participation cost to reserve their position. The ICD is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization and the Participation Cost goes towards the cost of developing and running the program. 

For more information please visit: icd-internationalsymposium (dot) org

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