The right to privacy: conference outcomes
On May 22-23 1967, an important Conference of Nordic Jurists and legal experts from different regions of the world on ‘The right to Privacy” was held in Stockholm. It was organised by the Swedish section of the ICJ.
The Rights to Privacy is of growing importance and this was the first international legal Conference at which this Right was considered comprehensively. The conclusions of this conference were not restricted in their application to the Nordic countries only and are intended to be of universal value.
right to privacy-working paper-1967-eng – Working paper on Right to privacy and “rights of the personality”, as submitted at Conference (full text in English, PDF)
right to privacy-working paper-publication-1967-eng – Working paper on Right to privacy and “rights of the personality”, as published consequently as Acta VIII of the Instituti Upsaliensis Iurisprudentiae Comparativae (full text in English, PDF)
Conclusions of the conference:
Right to privacy-seminar report-conclusions-1967-eng (full text in English, PDF)
right to privacy-working paper-1967-eng (full text in English, PDF)ReportsSeminar and conference reports