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December 15, 2023

Museums and ChillMuseums and Chill – The role of museums and human rights

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In this new episode of Museums and Chill, we speak with Marina Sala about the role of museums and human rights

We explore the various ways in which museums can actively engage with human rights, delving into the multifaceted roles they play in promoting and safeguarding these fundamental principles. This exploration aims to unravel the intricate connections between museums and human rights, shedding light on the various dimensions of their involvement.


Anapaula García Soto is Communications Coordinator at the International Council of Museums. Before joining ICOM, Anapaula worked on different communication projects. She holds a B.A. on Communication and Digital Media from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey and a Masters in Creative Project Management, Culture and Design from the Rennes School of Business and the École européenne supérieure d’art de Bretagne.


Marina Sala is Director of the International Museum for Democracy and coordinator of the Federation of International Human Rights Museums.


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