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FORUM-ASIA 25th Anniversary Event in Geneva

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On 16 November 2016, FORUM-ASIA, together with the Martin Ennals Award and the Right Livelihood Award, hosted a panel discussion on the 25th Anniversary of its founding and 10th Anniversary of its presence in Geneva, entitled ‘50 Years of the International Bill of Human Rights and 10 Years of the UN Human Rights Council – What does this mean for Asia?’,  at the Ivan Pictet Auditorium, Maison de la Paix, in Geneva, Switzerland.

The panelists were Jose Ramos-Horta (Laureate, Nobel Peace Prize); Ruth Manorama (Laureate, Right Livelihood Award); and Adilur Rahman Khan (Finalist, Martin Ennals Award).


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