"Co-operation of ombudsmen from the countries of former Yugoslavia - an additional way to ensure protection of human rights"
In the framework of the "West Balkans and the EU" lecture cycle,
the International Institute for Middle-East and Balkan Studies (IFIMES)
invites You kindly to take part at the lecture entitled
"CO-OPERATION OF OMBUDSMEN FROM THE COUNTRIES OF FORMER YUGOSLAVIA - AN ADDITIONAL WAY TO ENSURE PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS"
which will be delivered by
Human Rights Ombudsman of the Republic of Slovenia
Dr. Zdenka Čebašek Travnik, MD.
The lecture will be held on Thursday, 3 February 2011, at 16.00 h,
in the Auditorium of Center Evropa at Dalmatinova 4 in Ljubljana.
Dr. Zdenka Čebašek Travnik will talk about the protection of human rights and co-operation with ombudsmen from the countries of former Yugoslavia which work as independent institutions for the protection of human rights.
What are the similarities and differences in their work? How do they co-operate with each other? Who can assist them in this and in what way? When do they meet and what is the purpose of their meeting? What barriers do they face in resolving concrete cases? Answers to those and other questions will be delivered by Ombudsman Dr. Zdenka Čebašek-Travnik.
The lecture will be delivered in the Slovenian language and will be followed by a discussion with the guest lecturer which will be moderated by Zijad Bećirović and Bakhatyar Aljaf.
Attendance is free of charge. Please confirm your participation at telephone number (01) 430 15 33 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
The realisation of the event in Center Evropa was enabled by Government Communication Office and European Commission Representation in Slovenia.
Ljubljana, 25 January 2011
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