Sorbonne University UNESCO Club have the honor to announce :
That Mr. Guy Djoken, Chairman of the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO Clubs, Centers & Associations and Executive Director of UNESCO Center for Peace will receive a Cross-cultural Ambassador recognition from Sorbonne University UNESCO Club, on 12/11/2013.
Mr. Guy Djoken will also deliver his lecture at the Cross-cultural communication Master program at Sorbonne University Malesherbes Center at 11h30 in lecture Hall 17.
Sorbonne University Presidency representative, along with the Master CIMER director Marketa Theinhardt and UNESCO Club Sorbonne will welcome Mr. Guy Djoken.
You are welcomed to attend. Nota bene : Subject to availability of places priority is given to Master CIMER students.
Sorbonne University UNESCO Club award by the title of honorary Cross-cultural Ambassadors, personalities making a particular intercultural impact.
The Cross-cultural Ambassadors are committed and have generously contributed to the understanding and intercultural communication, making important contribution in the following fields: education, culture, science and communication and information.
The honorary title of Cross-cultural Ambassadors is reserved for individuals who have distinguished themselves in favor of multiculturalism, but can also reward a great personal commitment to human rights, peace and social justice and to greet an exemplary career.
In each discipline, candidatures are coming mainly from the proposals of UNESCO Club members, but the club is open to consider the candidates being recommended from Sorbonne University colleagues, colleagues from other UNESCO clubs, the French Federation of UNESCO Clubs, or UNESCO.
The title of Cross-Cultural Ambassador is purely honorary, without material gain, with only purpose of acknowledging an important intercultural contribution.