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Informal ASEM Seminar on Human Rights Series (ASEMHRS)

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ASEMHRS21 Training – Call for Proposals 

Past events:

21st Informal ASEM Seminar on Human Rights 
“Human Rights & Climate Change” 

16-18 March 2022
Luxembourg | Online

Overview

Established in 1997, the Informal ASEM Seminar on Human Rights Series aims to bring together civil society representatives, academics and government officials from ASEM Partner countries for shared dialogue.

ASEF organises the Informal ASEM Seminar on Human Rights Series together with:

Supervision of the seminar is entrusted to a Steering Committee, which consists of the Seminar’s organisers as well as representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia and the European External Action Service.

ASEF’s contribution is with the financial support of the European Union.

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Informal ASEM Seminar
on Human Rights

Training

Publications

Previous Editions

2022
ASEMHRS21
Luxembourg

Human Rights & Climate Change

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2021
ASEMHRS20
Korea

Human Rights of Older Persons

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2019
ASEMHRS19
Norway

Human Rights Education & Training

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2018
ASEMHRS18
Indonesia

Human Rights & the Prevention of Violent Extremism

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2017
ASEMHRS17
Bulgaria

Human Rights & Children

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2016
ASEMHRS16
China

Persons with Disabilities & Human Rights

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2015
ASEMHRS15
Switzerland

Human Rights & Trafficking in Persons

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2014
ASEMHRS14
Viet Nam

Human Rights & Businesses

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2013
ASEMHRS13
Denmark

Human Rights & the Environment

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2012
ASEMHRS12
Korea

Human Rights & Information and Communication Technologies

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2011
ASEMHRS11
Czech Republic

National & Regional Human Rights Mechanisms

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2010
ASEMHRS10
The Philippines

Human Rights & Gender Equality

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2009
ASEMHRS09
France

Human Rights in Criminal Justice Systems

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2007
ASEMHRS08
Cambodia

Freedom of Expression

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2006
ASEMHRS07
Hungary

Human Rights & Ethnic, Linguistic and Religions Minorities

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2004
ASEMHRS06
China

Human Rights & International Migration

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2003
ASEMHRS05
Sweden

Economic Relations

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2001
ASEMHRS04
Indonesia

Freedom of Conscience & Religion

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2000
ASEMHRS03
France

Freedom of Expression & the Right to Information

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1999
ASEMHRS02
China

Differences in Asian & European Values

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1997
ASEMHRS01
Sweden

Human Rights & the Rule of Law

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Project Features

The following formula is employed:

The participation of 2 representatives from civil society and universities (invited by the co-organisers) and 1 official government nominees from each of the ASEM partners;

The participation of one representative each from the European Union and the ASEAN Secretariat;

An independent background paper prepared by the main rapporteurs and commissioned by the organisers. The background paper addresses the key questions and core issues of the Seminar topic so as to meet the information requirements for the diverse set of participants;

An agenda structured around the main topics related to the subject of the Seminar, with discussions held in closed-door working groups to allow a free and direct exchange of views;

A set of recommendations elaborated collectively to be sent to the relevant institutions in ASEM countries as informal contributions to the official Asia-Europe dialogue.

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