Visit Us at the Swedish Forum for Human Rights

Are you planning to attend the Swedish Forum for Human Rights this year? Civil Rights Defenders will be joining the forum in Stockholm on 16 November, organising two seminars. 

At our seminars, you will get the chance to learn more about ethnic profiling in relation to the Swedish police’s efforts to combat crime. You will also get the opportunity to find out more about our ongoing work to strengthen Sámi indigenous rights. We will also have a book table where you are most welcome to speak to our staff and learn more about our work in Sweden and globally.

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Our seminars:


Randomly Selected – on ethnic/racial profiling within Swedish Law Enforcement 

In late 2017, Civil Rights Defenders launched the report Randomly Selected, authored by the criminologist Leandro Mulinari, which deals with the issue of ethnic/racial profiling within the Swedish Law Enforcement.

In this seminar, Leandro Mulinari, Victor Olisa and Katri Linna, discuss the Swedish Police’s working methods on the basis of the report and Olisa’s experiences from working against profiling within the British Law Enforcement.

Organisers: Civil Rights Defenders, Swedish Forum for Human Rights

Moderator: Katri Linna, human rights lawyer, Civil Rights Defenders

Speakers: Victor Olisa, Leandro Mulinari

Time: Friday 16 November, 10:30-12:00

Venue: T1

Language: English


Structural violence against traditional Sámi land

This seminar will be held in Swedish. For more details, visit this link.

Organisers: Civil Rights Defenders, Swedish Society for Nature Conservation

Moderator: Katri Linna, human rights lawyer, Civil Rights Defenders

Time: Friday 16 November, 16:00-17:30

Venue: Presscenter

Language: Swedish

Civil Rights Defenders and the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation cooperate with the Sámi civil society with the aim of strengthening Sámi indigenous rights. Read more about our cooperation here.


Visit the link to see the full programme for the Swedish Forum for Human Rights.

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