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Anthony Haughey and Warsame Ali Garare, Collaborative Arts, Interculturalism and Human Rights seminar on April 6, 2017.
Anthony Haughey and Warsame Ali Garare, Collaborative Arts, Interculturalism and Human Rights, April 2017.

Collaborative Arts, Interculturalism and Human Rights seminar on April 6, 2017
an initiative from Create
Supported by Irish Human Rights & Equality Commission

This seminar set out to encourage discussion about the vital role the arts, and in particular collaborative arts, can play in promoting interculturalism and human rights.

The contributors and speakers for Collaborative Arts, Interculturalism and Human Rights seminar included: Bisi Adigun, Katherine Atkinson, Clodagh Emoe, Warsame Ali Garare, Anthony Haughey, Sinisa Koncic, Laragh Pittman, Annet Mphahlele, Marie Claire Mundi Njong, Nor Nasib and Jijo Sebastian.

The Collaborative Arts, Interculturalism and Human Rights seminar took place at the Irish Human Rights & Equality Commission, 16-22 Green Street, Dublin 7 on April 6, 2017.

This event has been supported by the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission.

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