About human rights and humanity

Date

29. November 2023

Time

19:00 - 21:00

Location

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Description

Impulse talk with HUMAN initiator and composer Helge Burggrabe and philosopher/author/contemplation teacher Claus Eurich

In times of profoundly upsetting and disturbing world events, the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights seem almost like an unattainable wishful scenario of peaceful coexistence. The UN Charter of Human Rights was written and published in the wake of the unfathomable horrors of the Second World War. Today, 75 years after its declaration on 10 December 1948, it is more important and more urgent than ever to find answers together:

  • How do we want to live together on this planet?
  • What human duties result from human rights for each one of us?
  • How can an anthropocentric narrow view of life be broadened in the sense of Albert Schweitzer: "I am life that wants to live in the midst of life that wants to live"?

 

Interlocutor

  • Dr. Claus Eurich, Philosopher, contemplation teacher, author of numerous books, including „Aufstand für das Leben. Vision einer lebenswerten Ethik“, „Endlichkeit und Versöhnung. Minima Spiritualia“, Professor of Communication and Ethics
  • Helge Burggrabe, Fischerhude
    Composer, realizes international cultural projects that combine music, dance, literature and light art. Initiator and artistic director of the HUMAN International Culture Project, composer of the HUMAN orchestral work

 

Moderation

  • Elisabeth Bremekamp, Bonn,
    Director, HUMAN International Culture Project

 

The HUMAN Impulse is streamed from the "Quintessenz" atelier in Fischerhude.

After receipt of registration for the HUMAN Impuls the zoom link will be sent on November 28th, 2023.

Venue

Details

29 November 2023
19:00 - 21:00

Organizer

musica innova e.V.
00491712733208

Supporting HUMAN

HUMAN is supported by voluntary commitment and financed exclusively by donations.

 

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