EUCLID Lecture on Interfaith Harmony at UNESCO Circles of Delegates

Unesco photo June 2016

EUCLID Lecture on Interfaith Harmony at UNESCO Circles of Delegates

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The Permanent Delegations of The Gambia and Central African Republic to UNESCO jointly invited a select number of Permanent Delegations to attend an exclusive lecture presented by EUCLID’s international faculty coordinator Pr Cleenewerck on the theme of interfaith harmony and higher education, with a focus on the African region and the 2017 UN interfaith harmony week.

The presentation took place in Paris (1 rue Miollis) at the UNESCO Circle of Delegates meeting room and was attended by representatives (including ambassadors) of Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Madagascar, Mali, Nigeria, and Saudi Arabia. The Permanent Observer of the Holy See had also received the delegation on the previous day.

Above: Delegates to UNESCO for Saudi Arabia, Gambia, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Madagascar, Chad, Mali, Cameroon, Central African Republic. Photo taken at the Circle of Delegates conference room, UNESCO 1 rue Miollis in Paris, 09 June 2016.

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