Panafrican News Agency

Master Class against racism, discrimination holds in the context of #BlackLivesMatter

Paris, France (PANA) - In the face of growing inequality, racism, violence and intolerance at the heart of the COVID-19 pandemic, UNESCO is organising a special edition of the Master Class against Racism and Discrimination focusing on the global "Black Lives Matter" movement.

Developed in partnership with the Musée de l'Homme, the Master Class is dedicated to learning fundamental knowledge about the complexities underlying the construction of prejudice and the phenomena of racism and discrimination.

The Master Class will give rise to the collaborative development of adequate means to fight against racism and discrimination in your school and/or among your classmates.

The Speakers include -  Carole Reynaud-Paligot, Co-commissioner "Us and Them - from Prejudice to Racism", Musée de l'Homme

    Valérie Ekoumé, artist/musician

    Webster, rapper/speaker

    Kouka Ntadi, committed urban artist

Moderator is Jonas Bochet, Director of the International Institute for Human Rights and Peace (IDHP)

The webinar is holding now on Zoom on 23 July 2020.

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