The 2014 AHRI Human Rights Conference - "Human Rights under Pressure: Exploring norms, institutions and policies"

The 2014 AHRI Conference

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On 29-30 September, The Danish Institute for Human Rights and the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen hosted 200 participants for the 2014 AHRI Human Rights Research Conference titled "Human Rights Under Pressure: Exploring norms, institutions, and policies". The conference brought together participants from over 100 different institutions around the world to engage within human rights research. 90 presentations and a number of plenary sessions took place during the conference highlighting various areas within human rights.

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Practical information

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The organisers of the 2014 AHRI conference reserve the right to adjust the programme if necessary.

The 2014 AHRI conference is co-hosted by the Danish Institute for Human Rights and the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen, and will take place on 29-30 September 2014 at the University of Copenhagen.

Travel and accommodation costs are expected to be covered by the participants themselves just as booking of travel and accommodation are expected to be made by the participants. A list of accommodation options close to the conference venue can be found here. Furthermore a link for other alternatives is available here.

The conference will take place at Vor Frue Plads 4 and Fiolstræde 4-6, 1455 Copenhagen K.

The programme for the 2014 AHRI Conference can be downloaded here.

 
Registration

Registration

Registration for the 2014 AHRI conference is closed.

 

 
Conference programme

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The programme for the 2014 AHRI Conference can be downloaded here.

 
How to get around in Copenhagen

How to get around in Copenhagen

The website Visit Copenhagen offers detailed guidance on how to get around in Copenhagen using public transportation. This includes transportation to and from the airport and Copenhagen Central Station. Ticket prices etc. can also be found here.

To find your way round in Copenhagen the website Google Maps offers detailed overview over the different streets. Route guidance can also be found on this website.

The website Rejseplanen provides you with information about the timetable of the different types of public transportation. If you type in your current location and the address that you would like to reach the different options of transportations will be shown (including maps etc.). The website is available both in Danish, English and German.

 
Organisers

The 2014 AHRI Human Rights Research Conference is jointly organised by The Danish Institute for Human Rights and the Faculty of Law at the University of Copenhagen.

 

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Sponsors

 

The 2014 AHRI Human Rights Research Conference is sponsored by:

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