FIHRM Oslo 2022 – essential information
The FIHRM conference will be held over three days in three Oslo locations. A detailed conference programme will be published soon.
How to participate
It’s simple. Come to Oslo and take part! Registration will open from July 2022 and a digital registration form for in person attendance can be found at this webpage: Programme FIHRM 2022.
If you wish to have a case presentation at the conference there is an open call out now, with extended deadline August 1st. Read more about the open call here: Call for papers Fihrm Oslo 2022 .
This year, parts of the main conference program will be organized as hybrid events, making it possible to join digitally from anywhere in the world. More information on this will be published in due time on www.fihrm2022.org
An opening session with great keynotes and a special panel discussion will take place at the museum Eidsvoll 1814, from noon on Monday 19 September.
On 20 September the first full conference day will be at The Nobel Peace Center, located on the central Oslo waterfront. Day programme will include plenum sessions, each with a keynote and discussions, as well as inspirational workshops. Evening programme will include a formal reception at nearby Oslo City Hall, scene of the annual Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, followed by a social dinner at a restaurant in the city center.
On 21 September, the conference participants will be invited to the scenic museum island of Bygdøy, a short boat-trip from City Hall. There, the second full day programme will unfold at the Norwegian Centre for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities (the HL-centre) and will give apt opportunities to catch up on current status and learn about groundbreaking projects at human rights museums around the world. The full day program will include parallel sessions, plenary talks and a closing workshop.
For participants who wish to explore more while in Oslo and Norway, there will be a post-programme for 22 September. This includes a museum tour covering some of the main Oslo museums, such as the newly opened Munch Museum and The National Museum. A separate excursion will go to Utøya, where a pioneering educational center for youth has been founded on the island targeted by the 2011 Oslo terror attacks.
Please save the dates 19–22 September. Full programme to be released soon. The latest programme updates can be found here: Programme FIHRM 2022.
Original source from：https://museum24.no/demokratinettverket/fihrm-oslo-2022
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