Speech - Enrique Castillo Barrantes - Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship

Speech - Enrique Castillo Barrantes - Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship

As Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship of Costa Rica; I assure you that Costa Ricans, convinced of our systems of democratic coexistence, governed by humanist principles, will reject any act of hatred and persecution, such as demonstrations of antisemitism directed at any place against the Jewish people and any form of racism; all marked as a denial of the gift of life and an offense of the image of the Creator. 


Commemoration of the Holocaust in the Congress of the Republic of Guatemala
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Commemoration of the Holocaust in the Congress of the Republic of Guatemala

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The Congress of the Republic of  Guatemala, the GEAP commemorated the unveiling of the Holocaust survivor plaques.


“Traces to Remember”: Tribute to the survivors of the Shoah and in memory of its victims Global Embassy of Activists for Peace

“Traces to Remember”: Tribute to the survivors of the Shoah and in memory of its victims

The Global Embassy of Activists for Peace (GEAP) in Mexico organized an event honoring the survivors of the Shoah and in memory of all the people who lost their lives during the Nazi persecution.


It is necessary to encourage ethical, moral, and spiritual values to prevent a deed such as the holocaustGlobal Embassy of Activists for Peace
The history of the survivors of the Holocaust is a “Living” lesson at the Capitol of Santa Fe – New MexicoGlobal Embassy of Activists for Peace
Forum "Educating to Remember": a space for dialogue and reflection on the HolocaustGlobal Embassy of Activists for Peace

Forum "Educating to Remember": a space for dialogue and reflection on the Holocaust

The Global Embassy of Activists for Peace (GEAP) developed the University Forum "Educating to Remember" at the University of Development, Santiago de Chile (UDD).


Educating to Remember forum brings together 1,200 students from MassachusettsGlobal Embassy of Activists for Peace

Educating to Remember forum brings together 1,200 students from Massachusetts

In the city of Lynn, Massachusetts, the Global Embassy for Peace Activists (GEAP) held the “Educating to Remember” Educational Forum in the English High School Auditorium and presented the "Traces for Remember" project.


The Project “Traces to Remember” exhibited plaques in Central FallsGlobal Embassy of Activists for Peace