‘Humiliation was the worst’; Holocaust survivor at UN, asks the world to act with ‘empathy and compassion’

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More than seven decades ago in Auschwitz, Jewish teenager Marian Turski felt he “had no name, he had nothing, but a number” tattooed on his body. Speaking on Monday, at the annual Holocaust Memorial Ceremony, at United Nations Headquarters in New York, the 92-year-old called on the world to express renewed “empathy and compassion”.

Bigotry ‘moving at lightning speed’ Guterres warns, as UN marks the Holocaust

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Amid an “alarming increase” in anti-Semitism, International Holocaust Remembrance Day was commemorated at UN Headquarters in New York on Monday, honouring the memory of some six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust during World War Two, along with many other victims of what the UN chief called “unprecedented, calculated cruelty and horror”.

Tackling ‘deeply worrying’ global rise in anti-Semitism is a job for all societies everywhere, says UN chief

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Warning that anti-Semitism, the world’s oldest prejudice, has persisted to torment new generations, Secretary-General António Guterres has pledged that the United Nations will always be at the forefront of the fight against all forms of hatred, and work to strengthen efforts to uphold human dignity for all.

In bici per 2 euro a consegna: i "riders" senza tutele e malpagati

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Sulla carta lavoratori autonomi, di fatto soggetti a turni e valutati con un algoritmo: sono i riders italiani. Stanchi di essere considerati lavoratori autonomi, chiedono un "decreto rider" che risolva la situazione dal punto di vista politico. Dai 2 euro a consegna alla mancata copertura assicurativa passando per la manutenzione dei mezzi e il diritto alla "disconnessione".


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