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Three women we want to tell you about

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Linked with WITNESS.

Received by mail:
From: WITNESS
Date: 29/04/2009

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… Everyday we hear about thousands of women and men all over the world who are fighting for their safety and dignity. Here are three stories we find particularly troubling:

Abigail from Zimbabwe was involved with a civil rights NGO. Her involvement with this group attracted police attention, and they attacked and beat her – hurting her so badly that she miscarried.  Thousands of women and girls like Abigail suffer politically motivated violence – especially during elections.

Saeeda from Yemen had to leave school because of racial harassment.  To survive, she became a street cleaner – a dangerous job that ultimately proved to be fatal when Saeeda was stabbed to death while people walked by and did nothing. Gender, race and class discrimination puts women like Saeeda in grave danger.  Continue Reading…

Rencontre avec Amin Maalouf

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Received by mail:
From: La librairie arabe L’Olivier
Date: 28/04/2009

A Université de Genève, Aula d’Uni-Bastion (salle B 106), le 5 mai 2009, organisé par le Centre Européen de la Culture, l’Ecole de Traduction et d’Interprétation, et l’Institut Européen de l’Université de Genève.

  • Vente des livres dès 16h30,
  • entretien-débat de 17h à 18h: De l’Orient à l’Occident, quelle place pour un dialogue des cultures?
  • suivie d’une séance de signatures

Quelle place et surtout quel dialogue promouvoir face au dérèglement du monde, magistralement décrit par Amin Maalouf dans son dernier essai, qui vient de paraître? Comment nouer ce dialogue au milieu des turbulences d’un monde globalisé, né des décombres de la guerre froide? Des turbulences qui entremêlent des élans généreux vers la liberté et les droits de l’homme, aux courants moins avouables sapant, dès le déclin de l’empire ottoman, les chances d’un véritable dialogue au Moyen-Orient. Continue Reading…

Research in Human Rights Education Papers

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Published on HREA.org (in many languages).

The Research in Human Rights Education Paper Series intends to foster and disseminate research and evaluation in the practice of human rights education, training and learning. Through the Research in Human Rights Education Papers HREA hopes to encourage more research on the impact of human rights education and make the results available to practitioners, to academics and to funders.

Download the Papers:

Human Rights Training for Adults: What Twenty-Six Evaluation Studies Say About Design, Implementation and Follow-Up, Katharine Teleki, August 2007 (Issue no. 1), 35 pdf-pages;

Human Rights Education in German Schools: Results of a Study, Lothar Müller, May 2009 (Issue no. 2) (forthcoming).

Caste: Racism in all but name?

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Published on Times of India, by Shobhan Saxena, TNN, April 26, 2009.

The Indian government may gloat over the diplomatic triumph that caste-based discrimination was not equated with racism at Geneva’s World Conference on Racism this week.

The conference, dubbed Durban II, had a shaky start. The US stayed away, the Israelis staged a walkout as Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad began to mock the Holocaust. But the real shocker was reserved or scores of Dalit activists camping outside the conference venue. On Friday, the five-day meeting ended  ithout including ‘Dalits’ in its resolution. It was a major blow to some Scandinavian countries and groups like Human Rights Watch, which have been demanding that India’s caste-based discrimination is racism by another name.

New Delhi may be celebrating. For now, it has stymied the nations and NGOs it sees as interfering in “India’s social fabric”. But question remain. Why does the world see us as racist and why do we claim that caste and race are different social categories. Who is wrong? Both are right, says Dalit ideologue and writer Chandrabhan Prasad. “Caste and race are not the same, but their implications are same — discrimination on the basis of one’s birth.” He blames “stupid NGOs” for the outcome in Geneva, saying it was a mistake to equate caste with race. “It’s a technical point, which the Indian government exploited to its advantage”. Continue Reading…

Levons-nous, peuples de la terre

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Au Salon du Livre à Genève j’ai rencontré Madame Marie ROBERT, lors d’une conférence de Graines de Paix sur des méthodes d’éducation pour la paix dans les écoles et groupes d’enfants. Lors de la discussion qui suivait Madame Robert avait exprimé le souhait de plaider aussi pour faire changer les mots plutot sanguinaires de la Marseilaise, hymne national de son pays, la France, et elle nous a proposé le texte suivant … qu’elle m’envoie avec la mention: Si vous faites circuler ce texte dans vos réseaux et l’envoyez à vos amis, ne pas oublier de mettre le copyright comme il est indiqué.

Levons-nous, peuples de la terre
Hymne des citoyens du monde en 7 couplets et 7 refrains
© Texte écrit par Marie ROBERT, le 12 Mars 2009
Tous droits d’auteur réservés

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Levons-nous,  peuples de la terre
Bâtissons l’avenir meilleur
Exigeons des puissances temporelles
La santé, la justice, le respect,
Sans distinction, pour tous, exigeons
La dignité, l’éducation de nos filles et de nos garçons
Marchons sur toute la planète
Libres, égaux, et fiers de l’être
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Why women are leaving men for other women

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Published on CNN.com, (first on Oprah.com), by Mary A. Fischer, April 23, 2009.

Lately, a new kind of sisterly love seems to be in the air. In the past few years, Sex and the City’s Cynthia Nixon left a boyfriend after a decade and a half and started dating a woman (and talked openly about it) …

… The new buzz phrase coming out of contemporary studies is “sexual fluidity.”

“People always ask me if this research means everyone is bisexual. No, it doesn’t,” says Lisa Diamond, Ph.D, associate professor of psychology and gender studies at the University of Utah and author of the 2008 book “Sexual Fluidity: Understanding Women’s Love and Desire.”   Continue Reading…

U.S.-Trained Human Rights Abusers

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Published on The Human Rights Blog, (first on Foreign Policy in Focus FPIF), by Emily Schwartz Greco, April 20, 2009.

President Barack Obama has reversed a few of the Bush administration’s most egregious policies violating human rights and international law, such as the announced closure of the detention center in Guantánamo. But it remains to be seen to what extent he will lead the military toward respect for human rights, and change the institutional impunity to which American commanders and U.S. military allies have become accustomed …

… Today, a reform process of the Foreign Assistance Act undertaken by the House Foreign Affairs Committee offers an unprecedented opportunity to require periodic and comprehensive evaluation of the human rights impacts of U.S. military assistance. As part of such evaluation, the government should establish an independent commission to investigate the past activities of U.S. military schools, and make recommendations to establish safeguards to prevent violations of international human rights and humanitarian law. The commission should include representatives of relevant government agencies, as well as human rights organizations and academics. Most importantly, such a commission should be given access to detailed data on who has received U.S. assistance and on human rights violations over long periods. Continue Reading…

Le cinéaste Jean-Stéphane Bron raconte au(journal) Le Temps comment il filme le capitalisme

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Publié dans LeTemps, par Myret Zaki, 25 avril 2009.

Au moment où le public a soif de lorgner le monde opaque de la finance, Jean-Stéphane Bron livre, dans son nouveau documentaire Traders, un regard rapproché sur ces opérateurs des marchés qui opèrent quotidiennement avec les millions …

… C’est à l’occasion d’un tournoi de boxe caritatif organisé à New York par les banques de Wall Street que la chance lui sourit: les traders, qui monteront s’affronter sur le ring, sont d’accord de parler devant la caméra. «La crise les a libérés, en ébranlant leur confiance aveugle dans les marchés et leur sentiment de toute-puissance», constate le cinéaste. Ils lui racontent leur vécu, les pièges psychologiques qui les guettent dans leur métier. «Ce qui m’a frappé, c’est que les traders du bas de l’échelle jusqu’à son sommet ne se distinguent entre eux que sur un aspect, le luxe vestimentaire, c’est-à-dire le confort matériel, note Jean-Stéphane Bron. Dans ce métier, le bagage intellectuel reste assez faible. Le trader type voue en général une foi religieuse au mantra financier. C’est un individu très autocentré, avec peu de conscience du monde qui l’entoure. On est dans l’infra-politique, l’infra-intellectuel» …  Continue Reading…

Troubled U.N. Racism Conference Quickly Adopts Outcome Document

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Linked with Darfur Peace and Development Centre DPDC, and with Aid workers’ expulsion from Sudan impeding peacekeeping, relief efforts.

Published on region-darfur.org, by Patrick Goodenough, April 22, 2009.

Scrambling to salvage an international conference on racism before it unraveled further, U.N. officials pressed Tuesday for a quick adoption of the “outcome document” even though the event still has three days to run.

Although negotiators had formally agreed on the text before the “Durban II” conference opened in Geneva on Monday, in theory it could have been debated and amended further during the course of the week …

… Among other issues raised by delegates on Tuesday, Libya urged countries that had endured colonialism to seek apologies and compensation from former colonial powers. Cuba said that while racism was a problem everywhere it was worst in the “rich industrialized countries” of the North, and called for compensation for the descendants of the victims of slavery. Continue Reading…

Aid workers’ expulsion from Sudan impeding peacekeeping, relief efforts

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Linked with Darfur Peace and Development Centre DPDC, and with Troubled U.N. Racism Conference Quickly Adopts Outcome Document.

Published on region-darfur.org, 21 April 2009, by United Nations News Service, 21 April 2009.

The expulsion of humanitarian and human rights agencies from Sudan following the issuance of an arrest warrant for the Sudanese president for war crimes is thwarting the United Nations’ efforts in peacekeeping and humanitarian aid, Secretary-General Ban K-moon said …

… The Secretary-General wrote that the security of UN and associated personnel is also a critical issue, with vehicle hijackings and compound invasions growing increasingly deliberate in nature.

“The latest security developments highlight, once again, the fundamental challenges that UNAMID continues to face while operating in an environment where the parties show no intent to give up the use of force, and further underscore the urgent need for a comprehensive settlement to the Darfur crisis,” he said.  Continue Reading…

Warsaw Summer Course on International Humanitarian Law

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from 29 June to 9 July 2009, in Warsaw, Poland – To apply, please contact your Red Cross National Society before 15 May 2009.

Received by mail:
From: Anne Quintin
Date: 22/04/2009

The International Committee of the Red Cross and the Polish Red Cross are co-organizing a 10-day training on International Humanitarian Law. Through lectures and case studies, participants will acquire a solid understanding of the law regulating armed conflicts.

Detailed information about the programme can be found at this ICRC-website:

  • Participants: The course in open to European- and North American-based graduate students and lecturers with knowledge of public international law, as well as to professionals dealing with IHL-related situations in their work;
  • Tuition, Fees, Lodging: EUR 600 (includes room, board and teaching materials);
  • Contact Name: Red Cross National Societies;
  • E-mail;
  • Contact details of the National Societies can be found on the website of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
  • Please do not send applications to the email address indicated in this announcement. All applications will be dealt with by your National Society.  Continue Reading…

Human Rights Watch Opens Tokyo Office to Focus on Asia Rights Issues

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Japan: Speak out for Human Rights

Published on Human Rights Watch HRW, April 9, 2009.

The Japanese government, parliament, and bureaucracy should become much stronger proponents for human rights in Asia and worldwide, Human Rights Watch said today at a news conference to open its Tokyo Office.

Human Rights Watch released a letter to Prime Minister Taro Aso, urging the Japanese government to press Burma’s military government to free political prisoners, hold free and fair elections, end rampant torture, and stop attacks on ethnic minorities …

… “The opening of our Tokyo office demonstrates Human Rights Watch’s commitment to advancing human rights across Asia, and we welcome the participation of the people of Japan in assisting us in this important effort,” Roth said.   Continue Reading…

Student delegation attends moving Geneva conference prior to Durban II

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Published on Jerusalem Post, by SHIRI COHEN, April 20, 2009.

The Geneva Summit which took place on Sunday, April 19th, a day before the Durban Review Conference began, served as strong proof that the issue of human rights violations is very relevant and that it can be discussed respectfully under the right conditions.

In this summit, well-known human rights organizations, activists and speakers gathered in order to share their knowledge on some of the most sensitive matters regarding human rights violations across the world.

President of the Stop Child Executions campaign, Nazanin Afshin-Jam, opened the summit with remarks on the Iranian government and on the suffering of the Iranian people saying “they are prisoners in their own country” …

… The phenomenon of ‘bloggers for freedom’ and the internet’s new frontiers was also discussed; Esra’a Al Shafei, dissident blogger and director of MideastYouth.com referred to the possibilities opened up by the Internet for people to express themselves saying that “Google, Yahoo etc. have responsibilities for human rights” all over the world.

Yoani Sanchez from Cuba, whom was not present at the summit, is one of the most passionate and well-known bloggers, working under a regime known for censorship and human rights violations. Sanchez is giving a voice to the voiceless. In 2008, she was named one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

People such as Sanchez have an ability to make a significant change and it is an eye-opener.

As a student here in Geneva, the stories told and the amazing work of human rights activists, dissidents, genocide survivors and others are just what we needed the day before the Durban II summit starts. (full text).

Event on Durban II Sidelines Turns Spotlight Onto Repressive Regimes

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Published on CNSnews.com, by Patrick Goodenough, April 20, 2009.

On the eve of the U.N.’s politically-charged racism conference in Geneva, human rights activists and dissidents from some of the world’s most repressive regimes met in the Swiss city Sunday to discuss violations not expected to feature in the conference documents.

The treatment of women in Iran, repression in Cuba and Libya and the plight of black Africans in Sudan’s Darfur region were among the issues aired at the “Geneva Summit for Human Rights, Tolerance and Democracy.”

Libya, Iran and Cuba are among 20 countries making up a preparatory body for the U.N. conference known as Durban II. All three have human rights records that are frequently and widely criticized, and their roles in setting the agenda contributed to the controversy that has resulted in a boycott by leading Western countries …

… Iranian-Canadian human rights activist Nazanin Afshin-Jam of the Iran-focused campaign Stop Child Executions said that when Ahmadinejad prepares to speak, representatives of countries that believe in freedom and democracy should stand up, in solidarity with the people of Iran, and walk out.

Human rights abuses and repression in communist Cuba were also spotlighted at the Geneva Summit. Jose Gabriel Ramon Castillo, a dissident journalist and former political prisoner, discussed his imprisonment and the targeting of his family.

He was imprisoned during a massive 2003 crackdown, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment but released five years later under international pressure.

Castillo described Durban II as an “oxygen booth” for dictatorships, to enable them to “continue to trample on peoples’ lives.”

Other participants in the summit included a Tutsi survivor of the Rwandan genocide, Esther Mujawayo, and Zimbabwean human rights advocate Marlon Zakeyo. (full text).

Le médecin palestinien et l’infirmière bulgare accusent la Libye de racisme

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Publié dans Le Temps, par Isolda Agazzi/InfoSud, 20 avril 2009.

«Madame la présidente, je ne sais pas si vous me reconnaissez. Je suis le médecin palestinien qui, avec cinq infirmières bulgares, a servi de bouc émissaire à votre pays, la Libye, dans l’affaire du sang contaminé de l’hôpital de Benghazi.» La déclaration d’Ashraf El-Hojouj a jeté un froid, vendredi soir, sur la salle surchauffée du comité préparatoire de la Conférence d’examen de Durban. Mais le médecin palestinien condamné à mort en Libye – et sauvé in extremis par la France et l’Union européenne – a tout de suite été interrompu par Najat Al-Hajjaji, la diplomate libyenne qui présidait la réunion. Dimanche, il participait avec Kristiyna Valcheva, l’une des cinq infirmières bulgares, au Sommet sur la démocratie organisé, à Genève, par une trentaine d’ONG, dont la pro-israélienne UN Watch. Rencontre avec un homme encore très marqué et avec une femme qui a réussi à rebondir … (texte entier).

1970s lifestyle protects planet

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Published on BBC, by Phil Edwards, April 20, 2009.

Getting back to the relatively slim, trim days of the 1970s would help to tackle climate change, researchers say. The rising numbers of people who are overweight and obese in the UK means the nation uses 19% more food than 40 years ago, a study suggests …

… Heavier: And people are generally bigger than they were three decades ago. Between 1994 and 2004, the average male body mass index (BMI) in England increased from 26 to 27.3, with the average female BMI rising from 25.8 to 26.9 which equates to about 3 kg – or half a stone – heavier.

  • “This is not really just about obese people, the distribution of the whole population is what’s important,” said Dr Edwards.
  • “Everybody is getting a bit fatter.”
  • “Staying slim is good for health and for the environment.
  • “We need to be doing a lot more to reverse the global trend towards fatness, and recognise it as a key factor in the battle to reduce emissions and slow climate change.”

It is not just a UK issue – in nearly every country in the world, the average BMI is rising. Professor Alan Maryon-Davis, president of the Faculty of Public Health said shifting the population weight distribution back to that of the 1970s would do quite a lot to help the planet.

  • “In the 1970s we had bigger portions of vegetables and smaller portions of meat and there’s been a shift in the amount of exercise we do.
  • “All these things are combining to hurt the planet and this is a calculation that deserves a bit more attention,” he said.

(full text).

Durban II, the elites and their powerplays

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UN Rights Chief Criticizes U.S. Withdrawal From Racism Forum – Published on Bloomberg, by Paul Tighe, April 20, 2009: … The weeklong Conference on Racism opens today in Geneva and runs until April 25, according to the UN … // … “The DDPA singles out one particular conflict and prejudges key issues that can only be resolved in negotiations between the Israelis and Palestinians,” acting State Department spokesman Robert A. Wood said in a statement. “The United States also has concerns with relatively new additions to the text regarding ‘incitement’ that run counter to the U.S. commitment to unfettered free speech” … etc. etc. (full text).

My comment: Yesterday, on April 19, I attended the GENEVA SUMMIT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, TOLERANCE AND DEMOCRACY, which was the Alternate Durban conference in Geneva. The Speakers also debated controversially the above mentioned item. Some efforts were made to overcome stereotypes as a real effort to serve this humanity, will say its peoples, and not elite power plays and particular interests, using stereotyped ideologies. Continue Reading…

An alternate Durban conference was held in Geneva

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April 19, 2009: Geneva Summit for Human Rights, Tolerance and Democracy

… Irwin Cotler, a Canadian parliamentarian and former justice minister, opened a session on genocide by noting that it is “astonishing” that 60 years after the adoption of the U.N. genocide convention, such crimes still take place … (full text).

Watch this video: Human Dignity Rally, by Irwin Cotler, 4.20 min.

Irwin Cotler to Speak on Human Rights and Holocaust Commemoration in Geneva, April 17, 2009.

Irwin Cotler on wikipedia.

Statement by MP Irwin Cotler, Special Counsel for Human Rights and International Justice on the Canadian Government refusal to issue Abousfian Abdelrazik a Canadian passport, April 08, 2009.

Bring Abousfian Abdelrazik Home, March 31, 2009.

Abousfian Abdelrazik on wikipedia.

Irwin Cotler asks why is the government failing to respect the constitution and international law, 0.37 min, 31 March 2009.

Scedulled for Apr 23 2009 (in New York): Special Screening of The Forgotten Refugees with the Honorable Irwin Cotler;

Cotler tables two petitions in Parliament, 17 April 2009.

watch this video: MPtv- Hon. Irwin Cotler on Omar Khadr in Guantánamo Bay 21 September 2007, 5.56 min.

Electoral Sham in Haiti

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Linked with Stephen Lendman – USA; with Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti; with HURAH INC. Human Rights Accompaniment In Haiti; with DIRTY SECRETS OF THE TEMPLE; and with People by country (scroll down to Haiti and click on any name).

Published on Dissident Voice, by Stephen Lendman, April 17th, 2009.

Few people anywhere have suffered more for so long, yet endure and keep struggling for change. For brief periods under Jean-Bertand Aristide, they got it until a US-led February 29, 2004 coup d’etat forced him into exile where he remains Haiti’s symbolic leader — for his supporters, still head of the Fanmi Lavalas (FL) party he founded in 1996 to reestablish links between local Lavalas branches and its parliamentary representatives.

From then to now, nothing has been the same. UN paramilitaries occupy the country. Washington effectively controls it. President Rene Preval got a choice: go along or pay the price. He submitted knowing what awaits him if he resists. Nonetheless, he’s disappointed bitterly. Continue Reading…

Iranian Ex-Prisoner Ahmed Batebi to Appear at NGO Human Rights Summit

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Geneva Human Rights Summit, tomorrow April 19th 2009

Linked with GENEVA SUMMIT FOR DEMOCRACY, TOLERANCE AND HUMAN RIGHTS 19 April 2009;

Received by mail:
From: Geneva Summit
Date: 17/04/2009

MEDIA ADVISORY For Immediate Release
(Contact: Eleiza Braun, +41 (0)78 69 52 276, e-mail.

Geneva, Switzerland – The day before Iran’s President Ahmadinejad addresses the UN Durban Review Conference on discrimination, a well-known ex-prisoner of the regime will address a historic NGO human rights gathering to call attention to the human rights victims and political prisoners in Iran.

Former prisoner of conscience Ahmed Batebi was made famous when his picture appeared on the cover of The Economist, holding the bloodied t-shirt of a fellow student demonstrator. Continue Reading…

OHCHR Toolkit for UNCTs and Human Rights Education in Schools

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Request for Input: UNCTs and Human Rights Education in Schools

Received by mail:
From: Nav Purewall
Date: 17/04/2009

Dear Colleagues, OHCHR is part of the UN Inter-Agency Coordinating Committee on Human Rights Education in the School System (UNIACC). The UNIACC, created in 2006, facilitates coordinated UN support to the national implementation of the Plan of Action for the first phase of the World Programme for Human Rights Education. The UNIACC highlighted the important role of the UN Country Teams (UNCTs) in assisting the development of national implementation strategies for human rights education in the school system, and recommended the development of a tool to enhance UNCTs’ capacities to support the integration of human rights education into primary and secondary school systems. Continue Reading…

WWSF World campaign for making prevention of abuse and violence against children a global priority

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19 November 2009

Added on April 17, 2009:
Second mail received a day later for the same subject:
From: WWSF
Date: 17/04/2009

(excerpt): … 4 ways to participate:

  • 1. World Day for Prevention of Child Abuse – 19 November
    Created in 2000, the World Day has as its objective to be a focal point and a rallying call for creating a culture of prevention of abuse and violence. Every 19 November, the international coalition commits to support and commemorate the Day by organizing local and national activities and events.
  • 2. WWSF International Prize for Prevention of Child Abuse
    Created in 2003, the Prize awards annually four WWSF coalition member organizations that carry out innovative prevention activities (21 prizes awarded so far – US$ 5000 per year).
  • 3. Prevention Education Week: 13-19 November
    Launched in 2008, the Week has as its objective to increase prevention education by using the WWSF Guide for NGO and citizen action as a tool.
  • 4. YouthEngage-international.ch: A pledge to prevent child abuse and violence
    Launched in 2009, the YouthEngage campaign aims to involve young people never to commit, condone or remain silent about abuse and violence against children and to learn about the Convention on the Rights of the Child (20th anniversary in 2009). WWSF invites you to contact schools and educational settings to include this campaign in their annual programs.    Continue Reading…

Graines de Paix au salon du Livre de Genève 2009

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Lié avec Graines de Paix, et avec Graines de Paix – Convocation à l’Assemblée Générale 2008.

Reçu par e-mail:
De: Graines de Paix
Date: 15/04/2009

Cette année et pour la 3ème année consécutive, Graines de Paix sera exposant au Salon du Livre de Genève, à Palexpo, du mercredi 22 au dimanche 26 avril. Retrouvez-nous sur le stand n° L 1435, découvrez notre sélection de plus de 70 titres sur les thèmes de la paix et de la non-violence et profitez de nos nombreuses animations tous publics! Ouvert tous les jours de 9h30 à 19h00. Nocturne vendredi jusqu’à 21h30.

Evènements organisés par Graines de Paix, à ne pas rater:

  • Jeudi 23 avril à 17h45 sur le podium du Village Alternatif, conférence sur le thème : “Pourquoi parler de paix dans un pays en paix ?”, avec Delia Mamon, Présidente de Graines de Paix, Fabienne Bugnon, Directrice de l’Office des Droits Humains de l’Etat de Genève et Laurence Deonna, ancienne Présidente de Reporter Sans Frontière, Prix Unesco d’Education à la Paix 1987.
  • Vendredi 24 avril à 12h30 sur le stand Graines de Paix, rencontre avec Laurence Deonna qui évoquera son parcours de reporter et dédicacera ses livres.
  • Mercredi 22 et vendredi 24 avril toute la journée, lecture de contes par Nadia Djebiha.
  • Sans oublier plusieurs rencontres avec Cyrille Chatelain autour de son livre “Graines Nomades”.
  • Nouveau: Le reportage entre guerre et paix, Rencontre avec Mme Laurence DEONNA, Reporter, écrivaine et photographe qui parlera de son expérience sur le terrain et dédicacera ses livres. Vendredi 24 avril 2009 à 12h30, Stand Graines de Paix n° L 1435 au Salon du Livre de Genève.

Nous vous attendons nombreux! Association Graines de Paix, Tel. 022 700 9414

Susan Boyle sings …

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Today just listen this video … for the heart:

Susan Boyle – Singer – Britains Got Talent 2009 (With Lyrics), 7.07 min, 11 April 2009.

More from Susan Boyle on YouTube.