The Global Compact on Migration and National Populism – Side event from the 40th Session of the Human Rights Council (2019). Believing that understanding and appreciating cultural diversity and migration is essential to have sustainable and inclusive societies, CD4Peace was pleased to attend this fascinating side event from the 40th Session of the Human RightsContinue Reading Western perspectives and the Global Compact on Migration
Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. CD4Peaces takes this opportunity to remind everyone of the dangers of discrimination. Having led to countless deaths in History, racial discrimination is still a current issue in our societies and has devastating potential. It is the role of all actors, from institutions to individuals,Continue Reading International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
From February 25 to 22 March 2019, The Human Rights Council is holding its fortieth session in Geneva. As the most important event aiming to assess Human Rights issues worldwide and promoting dialogue between nations, CD4Peace’s team will be present at the Palais des Nations. During the Opening Session, we had the chance to hearContinue Reading Opening Session – 40th Session of the Human Rights Council.
CD4Peace wishes you a happy new year! May this year be full of love, surprises and beautiful encounters! As 2019 is approaching, it is the opportunity to take some time to think about who we aspire to be and what we want to achieve in 2019. We wish to remind you that empathy, understanding andContinue Reading Best wishes for 2019!
As promoter of cultural diversity, the representative of CD4Peace attended on the 27th of November 2018, the event organized by Art Law Center (Prof. Marc-André Renold) at the University of Geneva. It was a good opportunity to exchange the ideas about cultural diversity issues and the future projects of CD4Peace with a leading personality in theContinue Reading Discussion with Irina Bokova, the former UNESCO’s Executive Director (2009-2017)
On 16th of November 2018, the world will be celebrating the International Day for Tolerance. On that occasion, CD4Peace wishes to reaffirm its commitment to the promotion and protection of cultural diversity worldwide. We believe that if the countries with high levels of cultural diversity recognize the richness of their population and embrace it, theyContinue Reading International Day for Tolerance
The event “Sustaining Peace in an Era of Climate Change” was held at the Palais des Nations on November 8th, during the 31stSession of the UN Universal Periodic Review. During the panel, the speakers discussed various issues and conflicts arising from climate change and aimed to provide some solutions regarding peacebuilding and peacekeeping in suchContinue Reading Climate Change and Peace at the Palais des Nations (panel discussion)
In this world where conflicts and violence are currently taking place on a large scale creating an urgent need for international cooperation to propose peaceful solutions, it’s important to take every opportunity to celebrate and promote peace. That is why we celebrated the Geneva Peace Week (05-09 November 2018). Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development forContinue Reading The Geneva Peace Week
“The Universal Declaration has helped countless people gain greater freedoms and equality” –Zeid Raad Al Hussein (former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights) The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a revolutionary document that was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly (1948) which reinforces all international human rights law and ensures that allContinue Reading 70th Anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights
The Conference on Disarmament (CD), was held in Geneva between 18 May and 1st June 2018. It was recognized by the first Special Session on Disarmament of the United Nations General Assembly (SSOD-I)(1978) as the single multilateral disarmament negotiating forum of the international community. It succeeded other Geneva-based negotiating fora, which include the Ten-Nation Committee on DisarmamentContinue Reading Conference on Disarmament