The Swedish Forum for Human Rights (MR-dagarna) is the Nordics biggest forum for practitioners, researchers, authorities, politicians and non-governmental organisations who work with, or wants to learn more about human rights. The purpose of MR-dagarna is to increase the knowledge about human rights and to put them higher up on the political agenda. The Forum is arranged yearly in different cities and with different themes, to contribute to the development of human rights in Sweden and internationally. MR-dagarna is a non-profit forum and is also politically- and religiously independent. It is a cooperative project where Föreningen Ordfront is the economic- and legal principle.
The Swedish Forum for Human Rights 2022 will take place on 17th-18th of November at Conventum in Örebro. The theme for the forum is “The right to a life in peace and security“.
The Forum is divided into two parts – one is free of charge and the other one requires a ticket. To get access to the longer programme acts at the Forum, a ticket is needed.
Admissions including early bird discount
Government institutions & Companies/Business
2 days: 2 200kr (1 925kr group bookings for ten people or more).
1 day: 1 440kr (1 260kr group bookings for ten people or more).
Teachers and non-profit organisations
2 days: 760kr (665kr group bookings for ten people or more).
1 day: 600kr (525kr group bookings for ten people or more).
Admissions with no early bird discount
2 days: 700 kr
1 day: 500 kr
Students, unemployed, senior citizens, adolescents up to 20 years
2 days: 290 kr
1 day: 190 kr
School classes (booked class by class)
2 days: 200 kr/pupil
1 day: 150 kr/pupil
The early bird discount is valid through the 30th of june 2022. The the booking page for terms and conditions.
For those who have not purchased a ticket, there is still a lot going on at the Forum. At the exhibition squares, you can meet organisations, authorities and companies working with human rights. Learn about current projects and how to get involved. In the exhibition squares you will also find smaller stages with shorter debates, discussions and cultural events.
Please note that you still have to register to enter these parts the Forum.
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