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Building Human Dignity into the Heart of Future Cities

05 December 2018 Norges Varemesse, Messeveien 8, 2004 Lillestrøm, Norway

Co-hosted with Rafto Foundation, this event brings together a panel of thought leaders from international architecture practices, Norway’s leading schools of architecture, and human rights experts to explore what it means to embed human rights into the physical form of cities. Are schools of architecture and faculties of the built environment equipping students with the right tools to promote dignity, fairness and inclusion in their work? What does it mean to be a ‘human rights city’ at a time of political, social and economic instability?  Where do children’s rights fit in?

The event will take place at 1pm on Wednesday 5th December at Evolve Arena in Lillestrøm near Oslo, Norway. 

For more information visit the Evolve Arena website.  If you would like free tickets to attend this session please contact IHRB

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