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Teaching Respect for All -The UNESCO-USA-Brazil joint initiative. ©UNESCO 2012
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Teaching Respect for All -The UNESCO-USA-Brazil joint initiative

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Launched on 18 January 2012 at UNESCO Headquarters in the presence of the Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, the Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs, Department of State, Esther Brimmer, and Executive Secretary of the Secretariat on Policies of Promotion of Racial Equality in Brazil, Mário Theodoro Lisbôa, this event will bring together government representatives, experts and practitioners from different parts of the world. Students at Tallwood High School in Virginia Beach (USA) and Bagunçaço, an educational centre for young people in Salvador de Bahia (Brazil), will take part in this session via video conference, which will allow them to interact with the other participants.

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Place/Country: UNESCO HQ
Type: Speech
Extract: 6 min. Total length:
Credits: Esther Brimmer, participant ; Mário Theodoro Lisbôa, participant ; Irina Bokova, participant.
UNESCO TV, producer. UNESCO Education Sector, co-producer.
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