Awareness-raising and communication campaigns

UNAR organizes the “Action week against racism” every year.

The action week against racism is a traditional appointment of UNAR directed to a wide public due to a busy schedule of training and awareness activities in addition to national animated initiatives carried out within the education system, universities, sports and cultural associations.

The event takes place every year during the worldwide “Day for the elimination of racial discriminations”, established on March 21st by the United Nation General Assembly. It is a way to remember the massacre of the 69 demonstrators that were peacefully protesting against the racial laws issued by the apartheid legislation that took place in Sharpeville in 1960 perpetrated by the South African police.

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