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New Humanity's Contribution on Ethics, Solidarity and Rights for Climate Justice

Froissard UNESCO environment New Humanity contribution7 December 2017, UNESCO

8th International Forum of NGOs partners of UNESCO

On December 7 and 8, the 8th international forum of the NGOs partners of UNESCO took place in Paris. The title - "Changing Minds, rather than the Climate", was a clear reference to the role that NGOs can play on the climate change issue.

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New Humanity’s Historic Oral Statement at the UNESCO General Conference

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4 November 2017, UNESCO

39th Session of the General Conference

For the first time on its history, New Humanity delivered an oral Statement at plenary session of the UNESCO General Conference of the member States. The NGO presented some good practices on the topic "How can violent extremism be stopped?"

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New Humanity presents the literacy challenges and fight against illiteracy from the African point of view

Nsavyimana UNESCO11 September 2017, UNESCO

International Literacy Day

On the occasion of International Literacy Day, which took place on Monday 11 September 2017, the NGO Soroptimist International organized a daylong conference and panel discussions at UNESCO’s Headquarters. New Humanity was part of the program not just through the presence of Chantal Grevin, Marie-Annick and Pierre Benoit, its official representatives at UNESCO, but in particular through Melchior Nsavyimana’s remarks.

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Paris: New Humanity at the Conference of NGOs in partnership with UNESCO 2016

International Conference of NGOs in partnership with UNESCO 2016

12 -14 December 2016, Paris

conference ong unesco decembre 2016 modifiedRepresentatives from more than 100 NGOs in partnership with UNESCO participated in the  conference. Its theme, “The challenge of of the digital revolution for NGOs”, is as rich as it is complex.  This theme was examined in great detailin several sessions and round table discussions of notable depth. Our fundamental responsibility as human beings was reaffirmed, as much individually as communally, against artificial intelligence.  Artificial Intelligence has already demonstrated, in fact, to be capable of making some choices independently from human will, moving towards transhumanism.

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