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Message from OMEP Israel for the International Day of PEACE 2022 The Chair of OMEP Israel sent a courageous statement calling for peace, coexistence and the acceptance and appreciation of diversity, rejecting the model that educates on hatred, aversion, and reluctance towards those who do 
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During the OMEP World Assembly, held in July 2022 in Athens, the inclusion of new preparatory committees in Tanzania and Angola was approved, which will help strengthen the work in the African Region. We appreciate the efficient management of the Regional Vice President, Nyamikeh Kyiamah. 
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During the OMEP World Assembly, held in July 2022 in Athens, some positions of the World Executive Committee were voted on. The World President Mercedes Mayol Lassalle has been re-elected with the unanimous support of the National Committees. Colleagues were also elected: Sandie Wong, President 
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After 3 years of not being able to meet in person, the return has been triumphant. A special thanks to the Host Committee of Greece, and one to each and everyone who accompanied, whether in Athens or from a distance. The OMEP community has mobilized 
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In the photos appear: Mercedes Mayol Lassalle, World President of OMEP Danièle Perruchon, President of OMEP France and OMEP representative at UNESCO Gilles Pétreault, Honorary Inspector General, member of OMEP Martine Dumérain, Inspector of National Education, member of OMEP Isabelle Daneyrole, Director of the Garden, 
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World President Mercedes Mayol Lassalle, on mission in Europe, visited the OMEP Spain Committee. After several meetings and events, she visited the “Virgen de Europa” school with the President Amalia Bayon Alvarez, José Navalpotro and Almudena Gutierrez Cano, members of the executive committee and the 
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World Handwashing Day  OMEP New Zealand-Aotearoa Kia ora (Hello) and welcome to Level 2. At level 2 we will use the back door. First your Whānau (family) will use their phone to scan the QR code. You can knock on the door and a Kaiako 
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Lilian Atieno Okal Article 31 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of a Child states the right of a child to rest and leisure and to engage in play and recreational activities appropriate to the age of the child. Play remains the most 
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With eyes directed towards twenty-first-century possibilities for global understanding and peace, I initiate this brief discourse on the effect of racism on children’s development.  The twenty-first-century goal is for all (people) to sit at the table of humanity cloaked in the truth of one’s own 
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I am Alejandra Castiglioni, Administrative Vice President of the Argentine OMEP Committee A contextualized educational conversation holds the uniqueness of each girl and boy. With it, diversity, the reference that our own cultural landscape inherits and what is our heritage and also completes us. For 
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