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Question: How can this experience be shared with more young people? CPNN article: UNESCO Inter-Generational Human Rights Conference
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Posted: Aug. 31 2005,04:41

Do you think there are new technologies, such as video conferencing, which would allow this experience to be shared with more young people?  Many who were accepted could not come because of travel costs and restrictions.  

What would you suggest as follow-up?  Regular emails and feedback requests?
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Posted: Sep. 08 2005,21:05

Today, September 8, as I entered my classroom at UConn , Storrs, a UNESCO group was moving on. This group is composed of Israeli and Palestinian youth. I asked the leader who had sponsored the group. She answered that it was the YMCA of Hartford. Have any readers heard more in detail about this imortant development?

If every YMand YWCA sponsored such groups, perhaps there would be a positive, cumulative effect.
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