Category: WSF events

Meet Our Partners! Networking with Human Rights Organisations

After launching the initiative, many human rights activists and organisations have shown interest in joining the WSF. Even though the project started developing only two months ago, it has already reached more than 3000 people within and outside of Europe. This is why we wanted to take a step further and officially open the WSF Call-for-Partnerships. In doing so, WSF Member Organisations kindly invited all those interested in human rights activism to join us on 22nd February to our Meet & Greet Session. The event took place at the Press Club Brussels. Three member organisations were invited to present their human rights...

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World Solidarity Forum – Project Presentation & Workshop

On January 15, 2016, the World Solidarity Forum set up an event in order to further connect with human rights NGOs from around the world. After the meeting in December, a project proposal for the project was created and more organisations were invited to take part in the initiative. Over 20 different institutions were present at the event; all participants were representatives of the Brussels offices, but most of the organisations have offices in various countries of the world. Besides these representatives, independent human rights activists and advocates were present, interested to take part in the project and help...

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World Solidarity Forum – Roundtable Discussion

On Wednesday, December 2, with the initiative of European Youth for Human Rights (EYfHR), the Press Club Brussels hosted a two hour long discussion regarding a new project launch – the World Solidarity Forum (WSF). Representatives of various organisations or independent activists, together with the initiators of the idea came together to talk about the project. ‘The WSF is envisaged as an umbrella platform set up to support, provide a space for and campaign on behalf of grassroots organisations to influence social change. Our goal is to promote the message of human rights—dignity and respect for people of all...

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