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Entitled “Healing the Wounds of Slavery: Towards a Mutual Recovery“, the Symposium is co-organised by the UNESCO and GHFP, and hosted by the Berkley Centre at the Georgetown University, Washington DC. on 18-19 Oct. 2018.

This dialogue amongst carefully selected multidisciplinary experts is envisioned to address the root causes of racial prejudices, racism and discrimination derived from slavery, past and present. In particular, this symposium will deepen our reflection on the present-day socio-cultural and psychological impacts of the traumas of slavery and discuss the conditions necessary for a transformative encounter and a proper healing of the wounds of this history.

Read the Healing the Wounds of Slave Trade and Slavery Symposium Concept Paper.

See a list of Symposium Contributors and their Bios.

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