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“Agree to Differ” is the title of the new volume launched by UNESCO for the International Decade for the Rapprochement of Cultures (2013-2022), and in more general terms, to contribute promoting intercultural dialogue.
This volume includes contributions from over 50 researchers worldwide and was officially presented in Baku (Azerbaijan) May 18, 2015 during the Third International Forum on International Dialogue.
The Human Rights Centre of the University of Padua is one of the twenty-four institutions which have promoted the publication. The UNESCO Chair on Human Rights, Democracy and Peace of the same university is presented with the essay written by professor Antonio Papisca “Plural citizenship and the right of peace in the agenda of intercultural dialogue: an Italian case”.
The volume is available at the following links:
Antonio Papisca, Plural citizenship and the right to peace in the agenda of intercultural dialogue: an Italian case, 2015