Events

July 2021

​World Law Forum Conference on Human Rights in International Sport

While sport has historically brought people together, large-scale sporting events often run the risk of human rights violation. With the Tokyo Olympics scheduled to take place in 2021, and the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar mired in controversy due to human rights concerns, there is no better time to address the human rights aspects of mega-sporting events.
07 – 10 Jul
All Day
Virtual

​World Law Forum Conference on Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence

Until a few years ago, corporate responsibility for human rights violations largely lacked transparency and national implementation. With more countries in the EU proposing to introduce human rights due diligence legislation, momentum is gathering on mainstreaming such regulatory requirements, with companies and investors, too, speaking in favor of necessary action.
28 – 30 Jul
All Day
Virtual
August 2021

World Law Forum Conference on the Role of Technology in Combating Misinformation

In the last decade, access to technology and the internet has grown exponentially in a manner that has not only simplified the dissemination of information, but also magnified the role of technology in news and cultural narratives. While this has had innumerable benefits, it has also led to questions of reliability when it comes to sources of information.
25 – 27 Aug
All Day
Virtual
September 2021

World Law Forum Conference on Discrimination Lawsuits

The number of gender discrimination lawsuits have increased over the years, indicating a growing discontent towards differential treatment at the workplace. Not only do these gaps exist in the form of income disparities and hiring biases, they extend to assault and unfair termination policies.
01 – 03 Sep
All Day
Virtual

World Law Forum Conference on Access to Digital Health and Vaccinations Post COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an unprecedented rise in digital health solutions, allowing individuals to receive medical care and supervision, while maintaining social distances. The pandemic has also brought into focus accessibility issues relating to vaccinations and healthcare in general, giving rise to the urgent need to create regulatory frameworks to address gaps.
22 – 24 Sep
All Day
Virtual
No event found!

Past Events