The Swedish Forum for Human Rights 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, a ticket is necessary.

An example of a longer programme act (60 minutes).
The forum’s exhibiton square – free of charge for all to visit.

Admission fees

Public and private sectors:
2 days: 2 655 SEK, 2 500 SEK when booking five or more tickets
1 day: 1 620 SEK, 1 530 SEK when booking five or more tickets

Non-profit organisations and teachers:
2 days: 890 SEK, 840 SEK when booking five or more tickets
1 day: 675 SEK, 640 SEK when booking five or more tickets

Private persons:
2 days: 630 SEK
1 day: 450 SEK

The tickets for the categories above are now at a discounted price (10-15 %). After the 30th of September the prices for these categories will increase.

Students, unemployed and youth (up to 20 years):
2 days: 290 SEK
1 day: 190 SEK

Intrested in booking tickets for your school class? Please contact us at
Tickets are intended for November 23-24. November 25 does not require a ticket.

Free admission 

There are highly interesting activites to partake in at MR-dagarna that do not require a purchased ticket. At the exhibition square, you will meet organisations, authorities and companies working with human rights. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about current projects and how to get involved.

Around the exhibition square you will also find small stages where miniseminars are hosted. Here you can expect to see shorter debates, discussions and cultural events.

The last day of MR-dagarna, the 25th of November is ”The Public’s Day” (Allmänhetens dag). This day is completely free of charge to visit, no programmes or activities require a purchased ticket.

Book a booth

If you are interested booking a booth at our exhibition square, you can read more by pressing the button below. Requests are processed continuously and booths are granted as long as there is space available. Please note that much of the information on the page you will be directed to is in Swedish. Do not hesitate to contact us at if you wish to take part of the information in English.

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