maandag, juni 21, 2021

Uyên Lu on Human Rights Activism | June 23, 2021 - 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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'Becoming a human rights activist requires commitment. Universal human rights are my guidelines' - Uyên Lu

Uyên Lu works tirelessly for human rights. She founded the Vietnam Human Rights Foundation in 2016. In doing so, she saves lives but sometimes puts herself and her own family in danger.

In 2018, her book "Hidden Resilience" was released. In it, she writes about her own flight to freedom and her fight for human rights. What does resilience mean to her as a human rights activist? When do you take action and when do you look away from human rights violations? How do you deal with dilemmas when it really matters? 'No one knows exactly the way out of the darkness, but universal human rights do give a certain direction'.

Register and join us for a discussion on the dilemmas of a human rights activist on June 23!



Date and time: Wednesday, 23 June 2021 - 19.30 - 21.00
Via Zoom - free access
Please click here to register. After registration you will be sent the link.
Donation is welcome. The language during the evening will be Dutch.

This is an online meeting in a series of dialogues on different aspects of human rights. Click here for more information on the IofC project 'Believing in Human Rights @75'.

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