Thursday 28 July 2011

26th Malagon-Rovirosa Summer Sessions: North-South Course on Child Slavery

Since 26 years ago, Malagón-Rovirosa summer sessions have offered courses that provide essential elements to stop with the manipulation of the dominant imperialist culture.

Counteracting the social mass media, a lifestyle lacking in solidarity, and an educational system at the service of the powers, their aim is to collaborate in the promotion of free people who can lead their personal and collective lives.

From 11 to 14 August, 2011
The speakers are people committed to the fight against Child Slavery.
Marguerite Barankitse, founder and coordinator of Shalom House in Burundi.
Adolfo Uriona, bishop of Añatuya (Argentina) who chairs the Episcopal Aid Commission for areas in most need of assistance.
Aida Noguera, educator and Christian non-violent militant of the Foundation of the Sacred Dignity of the Person (Venezuela).
Célestin Ngore, in charge of Social Communication Media of the diocese of Doba (Chad).
Fortunato di Noto, founder of Meter Asociation (Meter is Italian for womb), a protection agency actively battling pedophilia and child pornography.
The course is chaired by Mariano J. Parra, bishop of Guayana City (Venezuela), in charge of the Youth section of CELAM (Latin American Episcopal Council).

Educators and Christian non-violent militants in charge of the course:
Marina Ponce y Fernando Cuesta.

Organized by Christian Cultural Movement and Solidarity Youth Path
Venue: Emmaus House
45, Uceda St. Torremocha de Jarama – Madrid. CP: 28.189

Further information and registration at:
Avda. Monforte de Lemos, 162 - 28029 MADRID
Tel.: (+34) 91 373 40 86 / (+34) 91 848 55 48

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