• Organization TypeFoundation, Institute

Inclusive Citizenship Project

Promoting inclusive citizenship through audio-visual resources What are the conditions for coexistence and inclusive citizenship in conflict-ridden societies? In this new case-oriented audio-visual online resource you can explore this with the help of insights from experts in the field. The new resource is produced by Ingvill Thorson Plesner as a part of the activities of the Minority Network she coordinates from the Norwegian Center for Holocaust and Minority Studies (HL-SENTERET). The first part of this resource, the Yazidi case, was launched in December 2018,  the 70th anniversary of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Together with partners and contributors, the full online resource, with more cases and resources, will be launched in 2019. Main aim The main aim of this new tool is to prevent discrimination and other human rights violations on the basis of religious and ethnic identity and thereby contribute to inclusive citizenship and peaceful coexistence across religious divides in conflict-ridden societies. In particular it aims to give insight into the root causes and consequences of identity-based human rights violations and inspiration that encourages work towards inclusive citizenship and development of strategies to prevent mass atrocities. - insight into root causes and consequences of identity-based human rights violations - inspiration that encourages work towards inclusive citizenship and development of strategies to prevent mass atrocities
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  • Norway
  • Oslo
  • Villa Grande, Huk aveny 56 (kart)