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UNESCO 1h
Every day. Everywhere. A for a free world. Stand up for ! ➡️
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Musawa works at the Mosi-oa-Tunya/Victoria Falls site, in Zambia. She faces many challenges and has a message for you. pay attention to her words... ℹ️
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YOU have the power to tackle the climate crisis. Small changes in our habits - like refusing single-use plastic bags and instead bringing your own - can make a big difference. Join and :
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We travel to discover, learn and understand the 🌍. Local traditions take us to a deeper understanding of our . Discover Europe’s cultural hidden gems with the World Heritage Journeys of the EU, by and 👉
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“The slave trade & slavery are distinguished by their magnitude, their duration and the violence that accompanied them.” Check out our article about why we all MUST & how it impacts our world until today. 📰
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.'s "" is inextricably linked to the Remembrance of Victims of the Slave Trade. Read it. Learn it. Share it. ➡️
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23 August is International Day for the Remembrance of Slave Trade and its Abolition. Lest We Forget. 🌐
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UNESCO 21h
"'s Slave Route project has gotten people, has gotten countries to acknowledge the history of slavery" - Let's combat together ignorance and denial. Learn about the Slave Route Project and spread the word!
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Today we for those that became prisoners of hate and for those that have yet to be forever free ✊. Discover ’s , where the power of dialogue continues to build peace in the minds of men and women. ℹ️
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Today we for those that became prisoners of hate and for those that have yet to be forever free ✊. Discover ’s , where the power of dialogue continues to build peace in the minds of men and women. ℹ️
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UNESCO Aug 22
Racial segregation Exclusion Discrimination These are violations of everyone’s fundamental . Friday, August 23, is Intl Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade & its Abolition. Time to speak up! 🌐
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António Guterres Aug 23
The transatlantic slave trade was one history’s most appalling manifestations of human barbarity. More than 15 million people were victims of this despicable crime for over 400 years. We must honour their memory as we continue to fight against racism and prejudice.
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ILO Aug 23
Today is International Day for Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition. Actor Mrunal Thakur lends her voice to the real-life story of a young girl who was forced into prostitution Sign up to end all forms of modern slavery on
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United Nations Aug 23
On Friday's Day, find out more about the International decade dedicated to people of :
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UNESCO Aug 23
Friday's Day marks the the 25th anniversary of 's Slave Route: Resistance✊, Freedom🗣️, and Heritage project! Let the memory & history be forces for dialogue, tolerance and mutual understanding
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PMO India Aug 23
In Paris, PM met the Director General UNESCO .
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UNESCO Aug 23
750 million adults around the world can’t read or write. The majority of them are women. Explore ’s interactive e-Atlas of literacy: 📝
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UNESCO Aug 23
Today in 1791, an uprising in led to the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade
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Mayor of London Aug 22
On ’s Slavery Remembrance Day, we reflect on the atrocity of the slave trade and remember the millions who suffered. We must keep telling their stories, and acknowledge the enduring impact this dark time has on African communities.
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United Nations Aug 22
On Friday's Day, we pay homage to all who fought the injustice of the slave trade.
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