Course dates:

27 April – 21 June 2020

Free enrolment until
31 May 2020

Media Toolkit

Video Teaser

 

 
 

YouTube Video Teaser: https://youtu.be/U3oXmSNxPZw

Poster

 

 
 

This document contains the official Poster for the MOOC on Memory Sites and Human Rights. It can be printed on both sides and in different sizes [from A5 (148 × 210 mm) to A2 (420 x 594 mm)]

 

Info Sheet

 

 
 

This document contains the official Info Sheet about the MOOC on Memory Sites and Human Rights. It can be printed in different sizes [from A5 (148 × 210 mm) to A2 (420 x 594 mm)]

 

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Remembrance is a way to acknowledge past suffering and to prevent it from happening again. In the aftermath of gross and systematic violations of human rights, memorialisation can be a crucial tool in the process of reconciliation and justice.

Join renowned lecturers and experts discussing Memory Sites and Human Rights in the #GCHumanRights #MOOC: https://gchumanrights.org/mshr

@gchumanrights



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“Acknowledging memory’s mobile, fluid character humanises memory; it humanises the use to which memory is put and it gives dignity and strength to memory.”

Hear more from Justice Albie Sachs about the benefits and challenges of memorialisation, truth and reconciliation processes and reparation in the #GCHumanRights #MOOC on Memory Sites and Human Rights: https://gchumanrights.org/mshr

@gchumanrights


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Twitter

 

 
 
How do we remember past atrocities and #HumanRights violations? How are memories shaped and who is involved in ‘building memory’? Enrol in the #GCHumanRights #MOOC on Memory Sites and Human Rights to find out! https://gchumanrights.org/mshr

@gchumanrights


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Remembrance is a way to acknowledge past suffering and to prevent it from happening again. Join renowned lecturers and experts discussing Memory Sites and Human Rights in this #GCHumanRights #MOOC: https://gchumanrights.org/mshr

@gchumanrights


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Enrolment open for the #GCHumanRights #MOOC on Memory Sites and Human Rights! Learn about the interconnection and interdependence between history, memory, art and #HumanRights: https://gchumanrights.org/mshr

@gchumanrights


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By remembering horrific events, memory sites help us to raise awareness of past suffering, embrace the ideal of “never again!” and inspire civic action. Discover how in the #GCHumanRights #MOOC on Memory Sites and Human Rights: https://gchumanrights.org/mshr

@gchumanrights


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Instagram

 

 
 

Pictures (Media Kit)

 

 
 

This archive contains some pictures in high resolution that can be used on website, social media and printed materials.

 

Newsletter

 

 
 

This document contains the newsletter that can be used on MailChimp or any other Mass mailing system that supports HTML emails.