New EFHR leaflets about hate speech, hate crimes and non-discriminatory job advertisements

European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) has prepared new leaflets in 4 languages about hate speech, hate crimes, and non-discriminatory job advertisements, financed by the Embassy of the Republic of Poland under the project ‘EFHR – active, supportive, and visible centre of free legal advice’. The information about hate speech, hate crimes, how to recognise…

Training Course “Hate Speech Fighters” in Bulgaria

The Project “Hate Speech Fighters” was held in Bansko, Bulgaria from 11 until 18 September 2018. European Foundation of Human rights’ (EFHR) lawyer Leszek Jankowski and intern Jurgita Gurskaitė took place in this training course. The project involved youth workers from 10 countries (Spain, Italy, The Netherlands, Estonia, Romania, Lithuania, Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Bulgaria).…

EFHR would like to invite you to take part in a free training “The Language Rights of Linguistic Minorities: International Standards and their Significance”

The European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) would like to invite you to take part in a training called “The Language Rights of Linguistic Minorities: International Standards and their Significance”. The training will be conducted by Dr Fernand Varennes – an extraordinary professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Pretoria and Cheng Yu…

Petra Mosetti – the new intern at EFHR

Petra Mosetti is an Italian citizen, former student of the University of Maribor in Slovenia, where she studied Criminal Justice and Security Sciences. During her Bachelor degree, she spent 5 months in Lithuania, Vilnius, as part of the Erasmus + programme. This experience made her decide to move to the Netherlands, where she lived, as…

EFHR discussion at the “BŪTENT!” Festival

The “BŪTENT!” Festival, which is organized for the second time, will be held on 7-8 September in Birsztany, and is a free event. The festival aims to contribute to the creation of a democratic society, encouraging the involvement of citizens, developing a level of tolerance, encouraging discussion of important issues and problems, thereby improving the…

EFHR welcomes a new intern from italy: Rebecca

Rebecca Venuto is a new Italian trainee that will be welcomed at the EFHR from the beginning of September to the end of December. She is recently graduated in International and Diplomatic Science at University of Trieste in Italy and she is going to pursue her postgraduate studies in International Law and Human Rights in…