The Summer Camp of the International Project "YUSTE - Youth Up, Sharing Talent for Europe" has been held in Cáceres (Spain) from 4 to 12 of July 2015. It has been promoted by New Humanity and six other European Organisations and it has been financed by the Erasmus + Programme. Young participants (17-25 yars old) come from Spain, Italy, Germany, Portugal and Lithuania. They discovered in a funny and creative way the values of diversity and of collaboration to the European process of integration.
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Which is the role of women in fighting poverty? On the next 30th of June New Humanity presented at the UNESCO an example of field of actions about this topic, promoted by Koz Kazah Association, its Egyptian partner. The statement of New Humanity has been presented by Mrs Chantal Grevin - the main Representative of New Humanity in Paris - in occasion of the Fourth Forum of NGOs in official partnership with UNESCO, which was centered on this theme.
The last 23th of June New Humanity's Delegation in Geneva organised a Conference about the "International System of Human Rights and the Role of Holy See and Catholic Inspired NGO’S at the U.N." This event has been held at the Room VIII of the Palais des Nations especially for the fifty youngsters of New Humanity from 27 World Countries and it was organised together with the other Catholic Inspired NGOs in Geneva.
On the 19 th of June, New Humanity met - together with other NGOs - Mr Kishore Singh, Special Rapporteur on the Right to Education. Mr Jorge M. Dias Ferreira, the main Representative of New Humanity in Geneva, presented an analysis about the Mr Singh's last Reports. It have been also presented a Written Statement prepared by Mr Juan Garcia Gutierrez. He is in the photo with Mr Singh and he is the Additional Representative of New Humanity and Professor at the School of Education of the Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Madrid.
Ms Virginia Dandan - the Independent Expert on Human Rights and International Solidarity - invited the Civil Society Organisations to deliver their inputs on a Draft Declaration about this theme. The event has been held on the 16th of June, at the Room XXIII of the Palais des Nations in Geneva. New Humanity presented its inputs through the two interventions of Mrs Maria Esther Salamanca Aguado and Mr Davide Bilardi.