WOUNDED TO DEATH at the United Nations in Geneva

  • By Olga Merlin
  • 24 marzo, 2014
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After the presentation of Women Wounded to Death at the United Nations in New York, where the show was chosen by UN Women and the Italian Mission to the UN Headquarters to mark the International Day Against Violence Against , the project by Serena Dandini arrives in Geneva , for the 25th session of the UN Human rights Council , on 26th March, at 19 pm at the Palais des Nations – Assembly Hall.
The show is sponsored by the Italian Mission and the Swiss Mission to the United Nations with the support of the Italian Cultural Institute in Zurich. It will be staged in French, English and Italian .
The show will be opened with the greetings of Michael Møller , Director-General of the United Nations , Maurizio Enrico Serra , Permanent Representative of Italy to the United Nations in Geneva, and Alexandre Fasel, Permanent Representative of Italy to the United Nations in Geneva.
Already confirmed on the stage , together with Serena Dandini and Maura Misiti , Navi Pillay ( UN High Commissioner for Human Rights ) , Carla Del Ponte ( former Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia from 1999 to 2007 and now a member of the independent international commission of inquiry to Syria, under the auspices of the UN Human rights Council ), Doris Schopper (Member of the International Red Cross ) , Cécile Kyenge (national spokesperson of the network first of March ) , Kate James ( activist for gender equality ) , Mimma Viglezio ( writer and creative consultant ), Maria Grazia Cucinotta ( actress and model ) , Fabiola Gianotti (physics) , Petula Clark ( singer and actress) , Ada Marra ( Swiss parliamentary ) , Nelly Staderini ( Medecins San Frontieres ) , Esther Marmabachi (journalist) , Ellen Ringier ( activist ) , Laura Bates ( founder of Everyday Sexism ) , Lara Gut ( skier ) Kajori – Massé and Basu (Chairman dell’UNWG ) .
Thanks toRSI, the Italian-speaking Swiss television , the show will be streamed on the website of the UN and on the website of CSR and on www.feriteamorte.it .
A special thanks also to UNWG , the Association of Women and the UN Association Culture Italy – Sans Frontières Geneva .
To participate, please register before March 24th by email at: ginevra.culturale@esteri.it

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