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CULTURAL EVENTS2021-01-12T18:49:11+01:00

Culture brings together the different regions of the world, their differences and similarities. As a platform of exchange and dialogue, the Geneva Centre is dedicated the promotion of culture through its events.

Poetry, music, literature, traditions, are all parts of the human legacy. Through organizing events promoting cultures from all around the world, the Geneva Centre served as a space for peace, solidarity and dialogue aims at reuniting the world in a peaceful and friendly dialogue.

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902, 2018

EXPOSITION VEILING/UNVEILING

2018, February 9th|

The mainstream narrative, in the media and the political sphere alike, usually disregards the fact that, whilst one woman can liberate herself by taking off the headscarf, another one can do the same thing by choosing to wear it. The key issue is not to do away with the headscarf, but to uphold women’s personal freedom of choice. The

2109, 2015

PIANISTS FOR PEACE CONCERT

2015, September 21st|

To mark the 70th anniversary of the United Nations and the International Day of Peace, the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue hosted a peace concert entitled “Pianists for Peace”, in collaboration with the Permanent Mission of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the United Nations Office and other international organizations as well as with the UNESCO Liaison Office in Geneva. This unique event, which took place

2403, 2015

CELEBRATION OF THE WORLD POETRY DAY

2015, March 24th|

During the 30th session of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) General Conference, held in Paris in 1999, the 21st March was declared as World Poetry Day. It is worth mentioning that the 21st of March is also the commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination; as set forth in the Universal Declaration

2507, 2014

WORLD POETRY MOVEMENT – A POETRY DAY FOR DIALOGUE AND PEACE

2014, July 25th|

On Friday 25th July, the Geneva Centre had the honour to host an event organized in collaboration with the World Poetry Movement. On this occasion, eight poets read out their own works focusing on the promotion of peace, social justice and intercultural dialogue. In his opening address, Dr. Fatsah Ouguergouz, Senior Policy Advisor, quoting the preamble of the UNESCO Constitution,

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