International conference “Connecting law & memory”

Kazerne Dossin, Mechelen, Belgium 20 - 22 September 2016
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International conference “Connecting law & memory”

“Connecting Law & Memory” will focus on training courses on human rights for law enforcement by civil servants - based on Holocaust and other genocide studies - with an emphasis on bringing together civil servants,  representatives of museums & memorial sites from European countries.

The aim of the Conference is to find a coordinating forum for sharing and benchmarking expertise, intending to strengthen the civil service resilience through discussion, reflection and dilemma training in order to be able to resist peer pressure and to prevent racist, xenophobic, homophobic behavior or other forms of intolerance within law enforcement and other civil service institutions.

The Conference is organised in close cooperation with the Council of Europe.

For more information about the programme and registration, you are kindly asked to visit the website of the conference: http://connectinglawandmemory.eu/

 

Speech of Snezana Markovic, Director General of the Directorate General of Democracy