The Institute of Human Rights of the Universitat de València holds next Monday, May 9th, a webinar titled -El racismo vivido- (the experienced racism). You can access to the seminar, developed between 6 and 8 PM, through the following link: https://bit.ly/3voQU5N Oafaa Bouachra, social worker and intercultural mediator, coordinator of the Intercultural Mediation Service from the CEPAIM Foundation; Mauricio Pinto, human rights activist and defender, coordinator of the Awareness and Participation and Community Action Areas from Valencia Acoge, and Albert Mora, professor from the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology and researcher for the Institute of Human Rights (IDH) of the Universitat de València will participate at the seminar.
"The reality of racism is often thought and told by people who have never experienced racial, ethnic or religious discrimination directly and have never had close contact with people who have experienced them. In this seminar we will reflect on the reality of racism as experienced by those who suffer from it. We will do so through the reflections and experiences of activists and professionals of the fight against racism who know first-hand how it affects the life projects and aspirations, living conditions of the people who suffer from it, as well as the guarantee of their rights", says professor Albert Mora.
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