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Debate at Prague Congress

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Debate at Prague Congress

Photograph of PEN members at a panel debate titled Where Tolerance Ends And Indifference Begins, which was held on 12 November 1994 in Prague. This debate was led by Ludvík Vaculík, member of the Czech Centre, and addressed issues of freedom of expression amidst times of fascism, xenophobia, and brutality. It took place at the Bethlehem Chapel in Prague during the 61st PEN International Congress, in 1994, which was titled Literature and Tolerance.

Débat au Congrès de Prague

Photographie de membres PEN lors d'un panel intitulé Where Tolerance Ends And Indifference Begins, qui a eu lieu le 12 novembre 1994 à Prague. Ce débat était modéré par Ludvík Vaculík, membre du Centre tchèque, et s'intéressait à la problématique de la liberté d'expression en temps de fascisme, de xénophobie et de brutalité. Il a eu lieu à la chapelle de Bethléem, à Prague, lors du 61e Congrès de PEN International, en 1994, intitulé Literature and Tolerance.

Debate en el Congreso de Praga

Fotografía de miembros PEN en un debate titulado Where Tolerance Ends And Indiference Begins, celebrado el 12 de noviembre de 1994 en Praga. El debate fue moderado por Ludvík Vaculík, miembro del Centro Checo, y se tocaron temas como la libertad de expresión en tiempos de fascismo, xenofobia y brutalidad. Tuvo lugar en la Capilla de Belén de Praga durante el 61o Congreso de PEN Internacional, en 1994, titulado Literature and Tolerance.

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12/11/1994

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Czech Centre

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Czech Centre  (České Centrum Mezinárodního PEN Klubu)

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