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New Humanity concludes a 2016 particularly rich in activities.
Wishing you all a more positive 2017, we invite you to relive with us the events that particularly characterized the last year, by visiting our activities page with the 2016 updates.
Representatives from more than 100 NGOs in partnership with UNESCO participated in the conference. Its theme, “The challenge of of the digital revolution for NGOs”, is as rich as it is complex. This theme was examined in great detailin several sessions and round table discussions of notable depth. Our fundamental responsibility as human beings was reaffirmed, as much individually as communally, against artificial intelligence. Artificial Intelligence has already demonstrated, in fact, to be capable of making some choices independently from human will, moving towards transhumanism.
New Humanity contributed to the latest session ot the UN Commission of the Status of Women.
It collected into a writte statement various experiences from indigenous women and how they promoted the economic development of their communities.
The experiences by four different communities of indigenous women has been presented.
Tomaso Comazzi represented New Humanity during the presentation of the Freedom of Educatio Index 2016. The event has been presented by Mr Antoine Renard, President of the European Federation of Catholic Family Associations (FAFCE); Mr Alfred Fernandez, General Director of OIDEL NGO; Mr Ignasi Grau, Official Representantive from the same NGO.