CAMPUS UNESCO " Deconstructing hate speech"

When, local time: 
Friday, 26 January 2018 -
10:00am to 11:30am
Where: 
France, Paris
Type of Event: 
Special Event
Contact: 
Victoria Dellinger

CAMPUS UNESCO “Deconstructing hate speech” on the occasion of the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust will take place January 26th, 2018 from 10:00 am to 11:30 am at UNESCO Headquarters, 125 Avenue de Suffren, Paris, Room II.

Education has a fundamental role to play in building resilience to violence, encouraging a culture of peace, and promoting living together and human rights

Speakers:
Marcel Kabanda - President Ibuka France, specialist in the history of the Tutsi genocide
Alban Perrin - trainer at the Shoah Memorial and lecturer at Sciences Po, where he teaches the course on the history of genocides of the 20th century
Lydia Ruprecht - Global Citizenship Education Team Leader UNESCO

Debate moderated by Victoria Dellinger, Public Relations and Partnerships Officer, manager of UNESCO CAMPUSES.

ABOUT CAMPUS UNESCO: To put the expertise of UNESCO teams and partners at the service of the youth for a better understanding of major contemporary issues. Young people exchange on different themes with 3 experts on this issue. Moderation and one of the experts are from UNESCO, others are civil society voluntary speakers. Since 2014, 50 CAMPUSES raised awareness to over 15,000 young people. On major themes such as: sports and citizenship, peace, sustainable development, human rights, girls’ education, genocides, freedom of expression and cultural heritage.

The Campus program is supported by la Fondation d’Entreprise ENGIE.