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Closing Ceremony of the 78th Venice Film Festival

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The Venezia 78 Jury, chaired by Bong Joon Ho and comprised of Saverio CostanzoVirginie EfiraCynthia ErivoSarah GadonAlexander Nanau and Chloé Zhao, having viewed all 21 films in competition, has decided as follows...

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Global Campus of Human Rights at Venezia78

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The first Press Conference of Biennale Cinema 2021 started with the presentation of the Jury and the programme of Venezia 78 that opened with the movie Madres paralelas, directed by Pedro Almodóvar, starring Penélope Cruz, Milena Smit, Israel Elejalde, Aitana Sánchez-Gijón.

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Global Campus Policy Observatory

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The Global Campus of Human Rights is glad to announce the publication of the GC Policy Briefs as part of the fourth edition of the Global Campus Policy Observatory (GCPO), a 'virtual hub' comprised of a team of a Coordinator and seven researchers for the production of a set of policy analyses to provide guidance and expert opinion in response to urgent human rights issues to a broad audience including decision makers, local governments, international and regional organisations and independent researchers.

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Global State of Human Rights: First Annual Conference held together with the European Parliament at the Monastery of San Nicolò in Venice

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The first Conference on the Global State of Human Rights, jointly organised in a hybrid format by the European Parliament and the Global Campus of Human Rights, was held today in Venice, at the Global Campus Headquarters, the Monastery of San Nicolò.

The Conference has been attended at the highest level by representatives of the European institutions and the United Nations system, national governments, academics from the Global Campus network, representatives of non-governmental organisations, human rights defenders, activists and students.

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La prima Conferenza sullo Stato Globale dei Diritti Umani Global Campus of Human Rights e Parlamento Europeo

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La prima conferenza sullo stato globale dei diritti umani, organizzata congiuntamente in formato ibrido dal Parlamento europeo e dal Global Campus of Human Rights, si è tenuta a Venezia, nella sede centrale del Global Campus - il Monastero di San Nicolò, oggi, 16 luglio 2021 dalle ore 10.00 alle 17.30.

Alla Conferenza hanno partecipato al più alto livello i rappresentanti delle istituzioni europee e del sistema delle Nazioni unite, governi nazionali, accademici membri della rete del Global Campus, rappresentanti di ONG, difensori dei diritti umani, attivisti e studenti.

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