Conference by Adrien-Claude Zoller on freedom of religion
University of Padua, Human Rights Centre, Via Martiri della Libertà 2, Wednesday 2 November 2011, 3.30 p.m.
On 2 November, at 3.30 p.m., the Human Rights Centre of the University of Padua hosts a meeting with Adrien-Claude Zoller, founder and president of the NGO Geneva for Human Rights.
Zoller' contribution will be on the topic "Freedom of religion: the international and inter-NGO debate". Prof. Antonio Papisca, in dialogue with Adrien-Claude Zoller, will contribute to the debate on this theme.
Adrien-Claude Zoller, educator and human rights activist, has been working with human rights internantional civil society organisations for many years. He has a thorough experience in networking, especially in the field of education and training with NGOs, academic institutions, governments, churches and human rights defenders from several regions, mainly in Latin America and Asia. Recently, he has actively worked on the follow-ups to the Durban Conference on racism and xenophobia, dealing with topics such as religious freedom and defamation in religions.