Indications for the performance in the square.
The reader wears a turquoise stole/scarf to be recognizable and in sign of peacefulness. One person plays a bell/cowbell to call attention. Two people throw holi colors in the air that symbolize the life and beauty of the diversity of individuals. Start reading by the chosen reader.
70 years after the Universal Declaration of Human Rights we must not assume that today we can find ourselves in this square to be able to say what we think.Repression of dissent. Death penalty. Attacks on human rights defenders. Armed conflicts. Violence. Torture and impunity, ethnic cleansing, hatred, rape. There are countries that, with the excuse of national security, quieten all the criticisms addressed to the government of their country and many tragic realities are not known.Today we are asking Michelle Bachelet, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, to visit Venezuela in person, so that she can get together with the victims of the Chavez / Maduro dictatorship. We ask her to visit the institutes where thousands of newborns are abandoned in total lack of basic necessities, food and medicines and that she confirms before the world the humanitarian emergency of Venezuela for the systematic lack of human rights caused by the dictatorship.
The reader invites everyone to shake hands to share the last brief reading which is the first article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
End of the performance.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
Holi colors can be collected at:
CORTINA D’AMPEZZO – via Pian da Lago 19/a presso sede Bagùs
AURONZO DI CADORE – Tabacchino Da Monica Villa Piccola Auronzo
PIEVE DI CADORE – Museo Archeologico cadorino con i seguenti orari
10-12.30 e 16-18
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