73. How to work with Human Rights in the EU
Fredag 10 november 2017 14:30 - 16:00 Hammarskjöldsalen
Paneldeltagare: Alfiaz Vaiya, Anna Robinson, Massimo Toschi, Morten Kjaerum, Soraya Post
ARDI is an intergroup at the European Parliament responsible for rasing issues and knowledge on racsism and discrimination. ARDI has successfully developed several proposals for changes on how the European Parliament should work with these issues. For example, to warn and sanction members that enage in hate speach during plenary sessions.
The coordinator of the ARDI Intergovernmental Group, Alfiaz Vaiya, will together with Soraya Post (MEP), Morten Kjaerum (RWI), Massimo Toschi (FRA) and Anna Robinson (IGLYO) provide an overview of how the work for human rights is carried out in the European Parliament and at EU level.
ARDI, Europa Parlamentet
Alfiaz Vaiya Paneldeltagare
Coordinator for the ARDI Intergroup at the European parliament ARDI is an intergroup at the European Parliament responsible for rasing issues and knowledge on racsism and discrimination.
Anna Robinson Paneldeltagare
Board member of IGLYO, The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex (LGBTQI) Youth & Student Organisation.
Massimo Toschi Paneldeltagare
Programme Manager Equality and Citizen's Rights Department European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights
Morten Kjaerum Paneldeltagare
Director of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law
Soraya Post Paneldeltagare
Member of the European Parliament for Feministiskt initiativ