Monthly Archives: October 2011

Termin-Verschiebungen wegen grippalem Infekt

Termine / Buch-Vorstellungen / Redaktions-Konferenzen

Termine / Buch-Vorstellungen / Redaktions-Konferenzen

Termin-Verschiebungen wegen grippalem Infekt

Hinweis in eigener Sache: Aufgrund eines grippalen Infektes sind einige meiner Termine, Buchvorstellungen,

Redaktions-Termine, geplante Veröffentlichungen, vorrübergehend auf andere Zeitpunkte, wegen Krankheit verschoben !

Die Termine werden, soweit wie möglich, nachgeholt.

Ich bitte umd Ihr freundliches Verständnis ! Danke !


Andreas Klamm Journalist

Andreas Klamm-Sabaot, Journalist, Redaktion und Produktion,

Radio TV IBS Liberty, ,

Liberty and Peace NOW! Human Rights Reporters, , 27. Oktober 2011

Informationen mittels Telefon sind bei folgenden Telefon-Nummern zu erhalten.

Telefon, Deutschland (Germany)

Tel. 0049 6236 48 90 44

Tel. 0049 6236 416 802

Tel. 0049 911 30844 48 371

Fax 0049 3222 9308147

Mobil Telefon / Mobile Telephone

Tel. 0049 178 817 2114

Tel. 0049 1570 351 8354
Info, Update am 27. Oktober 2011.

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Situation of Roma and Sinti focus of special session at OSCE human rights conference on Wednesday

Situation of Roma and Sinti focus of special session at OSCE human rights
conference on Wednesday

WARSAW, 4 October 2011/OSCE/– – The challenges Roma and Sinti communities face in Europe and the need for OSCE participating States to live up to their
commitments in this field will be the focus of discussions at a special session during the OSCE’s annual human rights conference in Warsaw on Wednesday.

Speakers at the session include Jeroen Schokkenbroek, the Special
Representative of the Council of Europe’s Secretary General for Roma Issues, and Andrzej Mirga, the head of the OSCE’s Contact Point on Roma and Sinti Issues.

Among the participants will be representatives of the OSCE’s 56 participating States, Roma and Sinti community leaders and international experts.

Journalists are invited to attend the session, which will begin at 10:00 on
Wednesday, 5 October, in Hotel Victoria, ul. Krolewska, Warsaw.

A number of side events will focus on specific aspects such as anti-Roma
extremism and the role of the media in countering negative stereotypes.

The agenda and a list of side events and other information are available on
the conference website:

Follow the conference on ODIHR’s Facebook page, or on Twitter at

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