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The Geneva Centre issues statements to reaffirm its position on important topics linked to human rights.

To raise awareness about human rights, the Geneva Centre regularly issues statements on the occasion of international commemorative days linked to human rights.

STATEMENTS

1012, 2020

HUMAN RIGHTS DAY 2020

2020, décembre 10th|

10 December 2020, GENEVA - Statement issued by the Chairman of the Geneva Centre, Ambassador Ghazi Jomaa. Allow me to recall on this occasion "All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights"

2103, 2020

INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION

2020, mars 21st|

1 March 2020, GENEVA – The 2019 coronavirus pandemic, which was first reported in December 2019 in Wuhan, China and ever since has kept spreading all over the world, has led to increased discrimination, prejudice, violence, and racism against Chinese people and people of East Asian and Southeast Asian descent and appearance.

803, 2020

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

2020, mars 8th|

On the occasion of the International Women’s day celebrated on the 8th of March, the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue delivered an oral statement during the 43rd session of the UN Human Rights Council.

2002, 2020

WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE

2020, février 20th|

20 February 2020, Geneva – On the World Day of Social Justice observed on 20 February, the Executive Director of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue, Dr Umesh Palwankar, stressed the importance of social justice to build peaceful societies.

1012, 2019

HUMAN RIGHTS DAY

2019, décembre 10th|

The theme of this year’s Human Rights Day is Youth Standing Up for Human Rights, a tribute to the 30th Anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of a Child – and a further occasion to defend all these boys and girls that keep falling victims of conflicts and wars, forced labour and trafficking, homicide and abuse.

1611, 2019

INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR TOLERANCE

2019, novembre 16th|

The 21st century has seen an unprecedented expansion of globalisation, yet, sadly, it has also witnessed a simultaneous growth in religious and ethnic intolerance. The fear of “the Other” – of those who are viewed as foreign or simply different – stimulates the rise of populism, hatred and marginalization.

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