Vaccination certificate will be mandatory at the Swedish Forum for Human Rights

On the 17th of November the Swedish government announced that proof of vaccination will be required for access to public gatherings and public functions from the 1st of December. This means that vaccination certificates will be mandatory for everyone who wants to visit the Swedish Forum for Human Rights, above the age of 18.

Frequently asked questions

What other precautions have you taken?

  • Less common breaks in the schedule to avoid crowding outside the seminar rooms.
  • Markings on the floor as well as signs that will remind our visitors to keep distance.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available at several locations and cleaning routines have been increased.
  • The SwedishExhibition & Congress Centre is a Covid-19 certified venue.

We kindly ask you to keep distance to other visitors and staff during the forum and if you are not feeling well, please stay at home.

Can you not take other precautions other than proof of vaccination?
If we were not to ask our visitors for their vaccination certificates we would be forced to comply with other restrictions. This would mean that we would have to limit the amount of visitors and other participants that we have and also limit the amount of people in each seminar room. These types of restrictions are not possible for us to attain with such short notice.

I have bought a ticket but I am not vaccinated, can I get a refund?
Unfortunately, we do not offer refunds, please see terms of purchase.

Can I take part in the Swedish Forum for Human Rights without a vaccine certificate?
The program from the Congress hall will be livestreamed on our Facebook page. After the forum you will be able to watch it on our Youtube channel. The program on the Global stage will also be filmed and available to watch afterwards. It is also possible to visit our digital exhibition hall, where you can get in touch with around 70 exhibitors. The livestream and digital exhibitions are free.

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