A Training Course On Freedom of Expression and Equality

April 18, 2011 - April 19, 2011

Time: 18 & 19 April 2011

Location: International Press Centre, Brussels, Belgium

Around 20 legal experts and human rights activitists from National Human Rights Institutions in Europe gathered in Brussels for a two-day training course on "Freedom of Expression and Equality".

The training course was jointly organised by the ARTICLE 19 and the International/European Federation of Journalists as part of a European campaign called "Ethical Journalism Initiative" to fight discrimination. It aims to identify the common challenges to the promotion of diversity, pluralism and intercultural understanding across EU Member State; and to promote understanding of what intercultural dialogue requires in practices, particularly the responsibilites of state actors, the media and civil society.

For more information about the Ethical Journalism Initiative, please visit the campaign homepage HERE.


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List of Experts

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Training materials

The Camden Principles on Freedom of Expression and Equality

International and European Legal Framework on Freedom of Expression and Equality

Freedom of Expression and Harmful Speech

Promotion of Intercultural Understanding: the Role of State, Media and Other Actors

Summary Report