Den 28 november anordnar Möteplats Social Innovation sitt internationella forum Social Innovation Foresight. Denna gång är focus på framtiden för mänskliga rättigheter.
Om Social Innovation Foresight on Human Rights:
What structural trends and challenges does the law and human rights field face? What old patterns do we need to change? How can we make local human rights work reach societal change? How can we prevent human rights violations and instill a pro-rights culture within society and state structure? What are the appropriate strategies and what possible futures for human rights work do we envision?
The speakers at this Foresight will be Santiago Pardo Rodríguez - Senior Law Clerk of the Colombian Constitutional Court & Head of the Design for Justice Lab at Universidad de Los Andes, Charity Ryerson - the Executive Director and Founder of Corporate Accountability Lab (CAL), an innovation hub that unleashes the creative potential of the law to protect people and the planet from corporate abuse, and Herve Morin - the UPSHIFT Global lead at UNICEF.
The talk is moderated by Hanna Gerdes, an experienced human rights lawyer who has worked with the implementation of human rights for 20 years, as an expert and an advisor for international organizations, non-governmental organizations, the Swedish government and different Swedish authorities.