On August 23, 2004 the Latvian Centre for Human Rights and Ethnic Studies and the Information Office of the Council of Europe with a financial support provided by the Nordic Council of Ministers and the French Embassy to Latvia organised a seminar ‘Plurilinguism in Teaching in the European Context.’
Seminar is organized within the framework of the 3-year project 'Strengthening anti-discrimination capacity' financed by the Foreign Ministry of the Netherlands (MATRA programme) and realised by the Latvian Centre for Human Rights and Ethnic Studies in cooperation with the Netherlands Helsinki Committee.
LCHRES press conference presenting annual report Human Rights in Latvia in 2003 and launch of Internet homepage 29.04.2004.
Thursday 29 April 2004 at 14:00Senate Room of the Riga Graduate School of LawAlberta street 13 (entrance from Strelnieku street, please follow signs).
The report on “Monitoring Closed Institutions in Latvia” was prepared and published with funding from the European Community European Initiative for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) Micro projects programme in Latvia. Responsibility for the views expressed is solely LCHRES’s.
Since 2003 the LCHRES serves as a European Information Network on Racism and Xenophobia (RAXEN) National Focal point. RAXEN network is a core activity of the European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia (EUMC), which had been established by the EU 1997 and is based in Vienna, Auistria.