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Equal in Dignity & Rights

On the occasion of the International Human Rights Day, KMOP and Artit present on Saturday, December 10, the international digital exhibition "Equal in Dignity and Rights", aiming to raise awareness for a better, more just and sustainable society. How do the stories of Masha Amini, George Floyd and "Dimitra of Lesvos" come together"? This digital exhibition, which will be available free of charge throughout December, features the work of 20 distinguished artists from 11 countries, who use the power of arts to advocate for human rights, including the right to life, the right for freedom from discrimination, the right to equality between men and women, the right from freedom from torture, the right to liberty and security, the right to education and the right to be treated with humanity in detention.

The World Stands with Ukraine

The invasion of Ukraine has left the world in disbelief. Many of us living in nations free of conflict never get to think what it would be like to be forcibly displaced from our homes, our lives, our loved ones. The right to a peaceful, secure life is one we don’t often question. This audiovisual exhibition comes as a collaboration with the Kyiv Classic Orchestra and its conductor, UNESCO’s Artist of Peace, Herman Makarenko. Herman and his team use music as means to send a message of hope and courage to anyone who is listening. Joining forces in the name of peace with these musicians is a nothing but a true honor.