The SG's special Advisor on the prevention of genocide, Adama Dieng elaborated on the implementation of the joint modules between his office and UNESCO on preventing and responding to incitement to violence that could lead to atrocity crimes.
This is why education is so essential -- to transmit our collective history, to nurture respect for equality, human rights and dignity, to fight against every form of hatred and discrimination. This is a struggle for the best of humanity.
Skip to main content. This event was held on 19 June, in the margins of the 35th Session of the Human Rights Council, bringing together representatives from UN permanent missions, civil society, and technical experts. It was organized as a follow up of Learning to Live Together: In particular, the event looked into the role of children and youth in the prevention of the spread of ideologies that promote exclusion, hatred, and violence and promote the protection of human rights, within the framework of the Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The discussion was moderated by Professor Dr.
Learning to Live Together
The panel included Mr. She also made huge contributions over four decades to the National Academy of Medicine, serving as chair of the Panel on the Health Status and Demography of Black Americans; as vice chair of the defining consensus report Reducing Risks for Mental Disorders: Her honours include the Pardes humanitarian prize in mental health and Rhoda and Bernard Sarnat International Award in Mental Health, both of which she shared with her husband. Leadbeater was doing research on adolescent mothers and came across an interesting article by Hamburg.
She decided she had to meet the eminent psychiatrist. She leaves her husband, David; their daughter, Margaret Hamburg, a doctor who served as commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration from to ; their son, Eric Hamburg; and three grandchildren.
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