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These were the words delivered by Dr. William Soto, Global Ambassador of the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace, as he proposed that the Legislative Assembly introduce a course of study into the...
                In order to prevent the repetition of crimes against humanity, we must promote in different educational centers an education with values, focused on respect for the dignity of the...
Panama The National Assembly of Panama – Justo Arosemena Palace  
Regina Engelberg
| access_time July 12 2013
Genocide was the greatest defeat of global education in universities and schools, the product of political irrationality and insensitivity.
On July 3, 2013, Simon Bolivar Library at the National University of Panama, received the project "Traces to Remember" from (USMA) Universidad Católica Santa María La Antigua. The plaque had been...
For this reason, the example set by Colombia with the Anti-Discrimination Act is truly remarkable and worthy to follow. Meanwhile, in Europe, far-right movements founded on xenophobia and the...
In conjunction with the Congress of Colombia, the campaign "Traces to Remember" created the forum "Tolerance and Respect: the Requirements to Achieve Peace", in an effort to create...
Colombia | access_time May 30 2013
The campaign Traces to Remember, designed as a tool to teach, prevent and preserve human rights is being carried out successfully in many countries of Latin America.
The worst crimes against humanity occurred in the 20th century, and even after the United Nations issued the Universal Charter of Human Rights, we saw cases such as the massacre in Rwanda in 1994,...