Why Durban IV must be boycotted – On paper, the Durban Conference was supposed to recommit to the fight against “racism, xenophobia and intolerance,” but in reality it it was the occasion of an inexcusable three-faceted failure. | The Jerusalem Post
Something shameful is in the works.
It’s the UN General Assembly’s plan to mark the 20th anniversary of the Durban Conference, on September 22.
What was the Durban Conference?
On paper, it was the name of a UNESCO conference held in the eponymous city in South Africa, at which the world was supposed to recommit to the fight against “racism, xenophobia and intolerance.”