Sep 08, 2017

Andrés Roemer to be designated UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for Societal Change and the Free Flow of Knowledge

The Director-General of UNESCO, Ms Irina Bokova, will designate the Mexican writer and public figure Andrés Roemer as a UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for Societal Change and the Free Flow of Knowledge in a ceremony at UNESCO’s Headquarters on 8 September at 6.30 pm. The appointment comes in recognition of Mr Roemer’s commitment to promoting free and pluralistic societies as a contribution to peace...

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