The Hate No More final conference will take place in the Auditorium of Campus da Justiça in Lisbon. The Auditorium is located in the Directorate-General for Justice Policy (Direção-Geral da Política de Justiça, DGPJ) building.

The Directorate-General for Justice Policy - Ministry of Justice is a State administration service which has the task of providing technical support to courts and extrajudicial means of conflict resolution, as well as monitoring, organising and fostering the resource to courts and justice. The Directorate-General is also responsible for the strategic planning and coordination of external relations and maintenance of statistical data concerning the criminal justice system.

The Directorate-General for Justice Policy’s facilities are located in Campus da Justiça, located in Parque das Nações, a modern area of Lisbon which was born along the river bank in 1998 when EXPO ’98 took place at this location. Covering a larger portion of this area, Campus da Justiça comprises eleven buildings completely dedicated to Justice: courtrooms, Public Prosecutor's offices, Registries, Directorates-General and other public institutes.

How to get there

If you are traveling by public transport, you can reach Campus da Justiça by subway or bus.

The closest subway station is Oriente in the red line. Several bus lines serve Campus da Justiça and the surrounding area, for example, lines 705 (from Roma-Areeiro), 744 (from Marquês de Pombal) and 759 (from Restauradores).

From the airport

The conference’s location is close to Lisbon’s airport. To get there, take the red line’s subway heading to São Sebastião. Leave the subway after two stops, in Moscavide. From there you can walk 800 m (around 10 min) to Campus da Justiça. You can also leave the subway one station after, in Oriente, and walk around 850 m to arrive to Campus da Justiça.