Respect unlimited - Diversity Day 2010
The Diversity Day 2010 in Vienna on 24 November was again a huge success!
- 2500 smiling youngsters, including more than 550 pupils coming from all EU neighbouring countries.
- 45 action-oriented info stands, 16 thought-provoking workshops, 30 and more exciting stage performances.
You can now watch the video of this event:
The FRA would like to thank all the participants and organisations who have contributed to this 2010 event.
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On this site you can find all information about the 2010 Diversity Day, which takes place this autumn in 2 major European cities: Vienna and Barcelona
- Vienna on 24 November 2010
Vienna Town Hall
- Barcelona on 8 November 2010 -
Centre Cívic Joan Oliver Pere Quart Carrer Comandant Benítez 6
The Diversity Days are for young people to learn about fundamental rights and in particular the right NOT to be discriminated against. These topics will be discussed in an interactive setting, with an exciting stage programme, interactive information stands and various workshops showing ways of tackling prejudices and stereotypes, which can lead to discrimination. Read more
Why is diversity so important?
The European Union is made up of people of different cultures, faiths and religions, people of different races and people of different sexual orientations; this is diversity!
But people are sometimes treated unfairly because they look or behave differently. When people cannot enjoy their rights because their needs are not met or because they are treated unfairly, they are discriminated against. Read more about diversity
See our archive page and find out what happened in
2009, 2008 and 2007
S'cool Agenda 2010 and other materials
The S'cool Agenda 2011 will be available at the 2010 Diversity Day events.
Play also online with our quiz and crossword game and check out our other materials promoting fundamental rights in the EU.