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THE GENEVA CENTRE GIVES A CENTRAL PLACE TO CHILDREN’S RIGHTS, IN WHICH EDUCATION PLAYS A CENTRAL ROLE. OUR EVENTS AIM AT RAISING AWARENESS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF SAFEGUARDING AND PROMOTING CHILDREN’S RIGHTS THROUGH VARIOUS ASPECTS AND GOOD PRACTICES.

What are children’s rights? What role can education play in empowering children and the future generations? In our events, we aim at answering these key questions, by gathering experts and specialists in the domain of children’s rights as well as young inspirational leaders.

BACK TO SCHOOL NOT WORK: ENDING CHILD LABOUR IN A POST-COVID WORLD

2021-06-30T11:01:18+02:002021, June 2nd|CHILDREN'S RIGHTS AND EDUCATION, EVENTS, OUR EVENTS|

On the occasion of the International Year on the Eradication of Child Labour, the Geneva Centre is organizing an online event entitled “Back to School not Work: Ending Child Labour in a Post-COVID World”. Join us on 17 June 2021 to learn more about child labour and to discuss how, together, we can reverse this trend.

COVID-19 AND RIGHT TO EDUCATION: CURRENT IMPACT AND FUTURE CONSEQUENCES

2021-06-15T09:23:40+02:002021, March 12th|CHILDREN'S RIGHTS AND EDUCATION, EVENTS, OUR EVENTS|

Invited speakers coming from different types of fields and organizations will discuss and elaborate on the current impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the right to education, and the future consequences it may have. Speakers will identify the main risks and problems and will also present solutions for the future, to safeguard and promote the right to education following the pandemic.

EDUCATION FOR PEACE IN A MULTI-RELIGIOUS WORLD

2021-01-12T17:03:07+01:002018, December 10th|CHILDREN'S RIGHTS AND EDUCATION, EVENTS, INTERRELIGIOUS AND INTERFAITH DIALOGUE, OUR EVENTS|

The panel debate was held on the occasion of the 2018 World Human Rights Day at the United Nations Office in Geneva. The focus of the conference was to discuss how Education for Peace can engage different stakeholders to counter violent extremist narratives, build peaceful and inclusive societies as well as to promote universally shared values upheld in diverse faiths and creeds.

ENHANCING EQUAL CITIZENSHIP RIGHTS IN EDUCATION

2021-01-12T17:09:18+01:002017, May 12th|CHILDREN'S RIGHTS AND EDUCATION, DIVERSITY, TOLERANCE AND INCLUSION, EVENTS, OUR EVENTS|

The Geneva Centre will organized, in cooperation with the UNESCO Liaison Office in Geneva, the International Bureau of Education (IBE) – UNESCO and the Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of Bahrain, a panel discussion aimed at reviewing the role of education in enhancing equality of citizenship rights and diversity within communities affected by inter-communal civil strife.

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