The 10th of December marks the World Human Rights Day, a commemoration declared by the United Nations General Assembly on this exact day 72 years ago when the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted. 2020 has proved to be a challenging year for the field of human rights. The COVID-19 pandemic has truly exposedContinue Reading World Human Rights Day 2020
Human Rights Council 40th Session, 2019. Statement of Cultural diversity and Sustainable Development for Peace. Dear President and participants, Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development for Peace -CD4Peace- wants to express its concern regarding children with disabilities in zones of conflict. These children are affected by their countries’ situation in their daily life locally, as wellContinue Reading Statement of CD4Peace for the 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!
Today we are celebrating the International Human Rights Day (10/12/2018) and the 70thAnniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights! To commemorate the day of 1948 when the United Nations General Assembly adopted this universal document after three years of negotiation, CD4Peace wants to stress the relevance of Human Rights in our daily lives. In a worldContinue Reading Human Rights Day 2018
The 11th Session of the Forum on the Minority Issues on the theme “Statelessness: A Minority Issue”was held in the Palais des Nations (Geneva) on 29 and 30 November 2018. As promoters of cultural diversity and peacebuilding, Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development for Peace’s representatives took part in this event, because statelessness is a humanContinue Reading 11th Session of the Forum on Minority Issues – Statement about Statelessness
A variety of security threats have been emerged along with increasing of hate speech and violence all over the world as well as an increase of international and non-international conflicts that threaten global security and peace. CD4Peace, on the International Day of Peace, which marks its anniversary today, 21/09/2018, affirms that the promotion and consolidationContinue Reading International Day of Peace
Background Intercultural Dialogue Equitable exchange and dialogue among civilizations, cultures and peoples, based on mutual understanding and respect and the equal dignity of all cultures is the essential prerequisite for constructing social cohesion, reconciliation among peoples and peace among nations. This action is part of the global framework of an Alliance of Civilizations launched by the UnitedContinue Reading 21 May, World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development