A free 3-day course over 3 consecutive weeks open to students and practitioners. The course will provide an accessible and jargon-free theoretical and legal exploration of the negative impact of ‘everyday discriminatory’ images and messages in mainstream media.
Building on the existing commitments, the meeting will provide a forum for exchange among different stakeholders and serve as an opportunity for government officials, non-governmental organizations and representatives of Christian communities to explore challenges, share examples of good practices and make recommendations on how to address underreporting of hate crimes and intolerance and discrimination against… Read more »
The ECB network and les Amoureux au ban public invite you to participate to our Workshops on the theme Take a stand in Europe for binational couples” Saturday 1st 2016 from 15h30 to 21h30 taking place in Paris 19th arrondissement (metro Place des Fêtes & Télégraphe).LOVE HAS NO BORDERS: NGOs TAKE A STAND The growing… Read more »
Participation fee: 75 EUR They are organising a week long training session for young Europeans with the aim to combat discrimination and to build partnerships for equality. The training will focus on practical skills training such as grassroots organising, power mapping, communications strategies, social media outreach, community mobilising and online organizing. The training session will… Read more »
Participation fee: 260 EURThe seminar on public health and human rights will host some of the world’s most renowned experts on health related human rights. Their presentations will be organized in three panels. Presentations in each panel will be followed by an interactive discussion with other participants. The seminar will address three major conceptual areas:… Read more »
The festival focuses on presenting works of an artistic, cultural or political nature coinciding with the general educational, social, artistic and economic interest of people from Africa, the African Diaspora and people with an interest in participating in intercultural communication and the resultant interfacing and sharing of educational, social, artistic and economic resources.Furthermore, Black International… Read more »
21 March is the International Day for the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination, established by The General Assembly of the United Nations in 1966 following the brutal murder of 69 protestors in the South African township of Sharpeville in 1960. The massacre occurred while they had gathered to protest against the apartheid laws… Read more »