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Between Nuclear Power, Politics and Humanity

You can register here: https://goo.gl/AVUqHt Time: Tuesday, December 12th at 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM Venue: The Press Club Brussels Europe, Rue Froissart 95, 1040 Brussels, Belgium Due to unforeseeable changes in our speakers agenda, we are put in the situation to change the date of the event. The conference is moved to the 12th

The Oppression of Free Voices – How can the EU Help to Protect Free Speech in the World?

You can register here: https://goo.gl/kxfGWF Time: 23rd November 2017, 13.00 – 15.00. Registrations and Welcome Lunch Start at 12.30. Venue: The Press Club Brussels Europe, Rue Froissart 95, 1040 Brussels, Belgium In many countries, the fundamental human right of free speech is not only hindered but actively violated. Activists, journalists and opposition figures are punished

The WSF Met with MEP Seb Dance

The WSF was honoured to meet today with MEP Seb Dance, who signed our petition for a more active role of the EU in international conflict resolution. We want to thank Mr Dance for his support to our campaign and his work to promote human rights .  Please follow and like us:

Event Report: WSF Launch Event – EU Global Strategy: Conflict Resolution and Women Empowerment

  On July 13, 2017, the World Solidarity Forum hosted its official launch event at the Press Club Brussels Europe. After one year of successful events, initiatives and new partnerships with different organisations, it was time to officially celebrate the success of a platform that brings together NGOs and activists interested in human rights. The

Event Report: Migration Talks #3 – The Global Race for Talents

  The EU Parliament welcomes the Migration Talks! The recent conference “The Global Race for Talents”, co-organised by Uphold Europe (UE) and the World Solidarity Forum (WSF) in collaboration with the MEP Brando Benifei, stirred quite a debate at the European Parliament around the revision of the EU Blue Card Scheme.     EU Blue

Migration Talks #3 – The Global Race for Talents

  By the end of 2011 the European Council adopted adopted two proposals with the aim of establishing a framework for the admission of skilled and educated migrants to the EU under the name of the EU Blue Card Scheme, which was designed to make Europe a more attractive destination for non-European talents. However, the

Migration Talks #2 – Entrepreneurs Amongst Us

  The Second Migration Talks event brought together migrants who provided a new perspective on the challenges they face in Europe, and the difficulties of becoming an entrepreneur. Speakers Erika Kaneza – Erika is a coach, conflict mediator and founder at Dare Authenticity Brussels. Obada Otabashi – Obada is a young refugee from Syria and

Inclusive Empowerment and Women Solidarity 2020

Throughout history, women empowerment has gone a long way. Yet often the classic feminism most strongly represents “Western” idea of female emancipation, which appears to represent voices of all women. To discuss the need for newly defined solidarity, World Solidarity Forum brought expert speaker for a discussion and a workshop. Joining the debate were Erika

Press Café – Territories Torn Apart. How Can The EU Take Action?

EYfHR proposed a series of events that focus solely on bringing light to matters very much actual, but long forgotten conflicts. Given the events in the summer 2016, the first thematic series introduced the conflict of Kashmir, which  has made victims for the last 70 years, becoming the longest lasting conflict and is the cause