Berlin

CONFÉRENCE UTL - LE MUR DE BERLIN ET L’INCROYABLE DÉVELOPPEMENT DES MURS DANS LE MONDE

Conference in Fontenay-le-Comte
7 Full-fare
  • By Mr Dominique BREILLAT, Emeritus Professor of Public Law. University of Poitiers.

  • From the Roman limes and city fortifications to the farmers' wall in Paris and the Berlin Wall in 1961, governments have ingeniously built walls to make it difficult for men and women to communicate. After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, it was thought that there would be no more such barriers of separation. A big mistake. There have never been so many walls in the world, and they have never been so long, for so many different but distressing reasons. It is to this observation that this...
    From the Roman limes and city fortifications to the farmers' wall in Paris and the Berlin Wall in 1961, governments have ingeniously built walls to make it difficult for men and women to communicate. After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, it was thought that there would be no more such barriers of separation. A big mistake. There have never been so many walls in the world, and they have never been so long, for so many different but distressing reasons. It is to this observation that this conference invites us.

    Lectures at 2.30pm in the amphitheatre of the Lycée Bel-Air.
  • Rates
  • Subscriber rate
    3 €
  • Basic price adult
    7 €
  • Discounted rate
    1 €
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  • On April 9, 2024 at 2:30 PM
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