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By: Galway One World Centre  05/12/2011
Keywords: human rights

‘I’m Ok, You’re Ok and That’s Ok’

on  Human Rights Day, 10 December 2011

The conference is being organised as part of CIN’s Humanising Rights
and Responsibilities Series: Listening to Young People’s Voices.  It
will explore the intersection between interculturalism, equality,
religious diversity, human rights and student voice in Irish

Date: 10th December 2011
Venue: West County Hotel, Ennis, Co. Clare.

To register for the Conference please click on the link below or down
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Registration is required for all participants. Online registration
ends on December 07, 2011.Conference fee: Organisation 20 eruo, Individual 10 euro, Student /Unwaged 5 euro

Keywords: human rights

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