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John Ralston Saul and Jennifer Clement

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John Ralston Saul and Jennifer Clement

Photograph of John Ralston Saul, president of the Canadian Centre (1990-92) and president of PEN International (2009-15), on the left, and Jennifer Clement, president of Mexican Centre (2009-12) and newly elected president of PEN International (2015-), on the right. This picture was taken during the 81st Congress of PEN International which took place from 13 to 16 October 2015 in Quebec City, and where Clement was elected as the first female president in the history of PEN International. The title of the Congress was Translation = Creation = Freedom.

John Ralston Saul et Jennifer Clement

Photographie de John Ralston Saul, président du Centre canadien (1990-92) et président de PEN International (2009-15), à gauche, et de Jennifer Clement, présidente du Centre mexicain (2009-12) et présidente nouvellement élue de PEN International (2015-), à droite. Cette photographie a été prise lors du 81e Congrès du PEN International, qui a eu lieu du 13 au 16 octobre 2015, à Québec, et au cours duquel Clement devenait la première femme présidente de l'histoire de PEN International. Le titre de ce Congrès était Translation = Creation = Freedom.

John Ralston Saul y Jennifer Clement

Fotografía de John Ralston Saul, presidente del Centro Canadiense (1990-92) y presidente de PEN Internacional (2009-15), a la izquieerda, y Jennifer Clement, presidenta del Centro Mexicano (2009-12) y acabada de elegir presidenta de PEN Internacional (2015-), a la derecha. Esta fotografía fue tomada durante el 81o Congreso de PEN Internacional, que tuvo lugar del 13 al 16 de octubre de 2015 en Ciudad de Quebec, cuando Clement fue nombrada la primera mujer presidenta de la historia de PEN Internacional. El Congreso fue titulado Translation = Creation = Freedom. Clement se convirtió la primera presidenta mujer en la historia de PEN Internacional.

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16/10/2015

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Quebecois Centre

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Quebecois Centre  (Centre québécois du P.E.N. International)

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