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Museums and Human Rights
FIHRM 2012 – 3rd International Conference
International Slavery Museum, Liverpool, UK
8-10 October 2012

The Federation of International Human Rights Museums (FIHRM) is delighted to invite you to its third international conference taking place at the International Slavery Museum in Liverpool, UK under the theme of: Museums and Human Rights

It is five years since the opening of the International Slavery Museum. In that time, the view has become more widespread that museums should play an active role in fighting for human rights, and there are now many museums around the world that are active in this field. In this conference we want to consider the ways in which museums have – or  have not – made progress. We wish to look at recent and current examples of progressive work, in terms of combating gender and ethnic inequalities, discrimination and other human rights abuses.

When?
8-10 October 2012

Where?
International Slavery Museum, Liverpool, UK

Proposals
We invite you to submit proposals for case studies, presentations on the above theme. For more information, please see visit the FIHRM website at www.fihrm.org

Registration
Information on registration will be available soon on the FIHRM website at http://www.fihrm.org

Bursary Scheme
FIHRM runs a bursary scheme with the aim to allow a number of museum professionals to participate in the conference that would otherwise not be able to due to lack of funding. More information can be found at http://www.fihrm.org.

 

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