UNESCO Master Class: Racism and Discrimination During the COVID-19 Pandemic

UNESCO Master Class: Racism and Discrimination During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Monica Dugo

We are honored to participate in the Master Class hosted by UNESCO: Racism and Discrimination During the Covid-19 Pandemic, on May 6. 

This event has one mission: to build the young participants’ capacities in understanding racism and discriminations by becoming trainers in their own schools and communities.

In cooperation with the International Coalition of Inclusive and Sustainable Cities and the Musée de l’Homme, this Master Class is dedicated to understanding the complexities around prejudices, racism, and discrimination, and the uprise of its effects during a global crisis.

During these virtual editions of the Master Class, the focus will be on discrimination linked to the COVID-19 crisis. Participants will be invited to take part in a dialogue with a professor who is an expert on racism and discrimination, as well as with an engaged artist. The session will end with the drawing up of concrete commitments to combat racism and discrimination on a daily basis.

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