Collections and Human Rights by David Fleming

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Leading museum thinker and new member of the Museums Association Board, David Fleming explored how new approaches to Collections can help museums engage with and encourage debate about human rights and representation.

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Collections and Human Rights by David Fleming

  1. 1. Collections and Human Rights Collections Trust UK Birmingham 8 June 2011 David Fleming Director National Museums Liverpool
  2. 2. 1. Stories and ideas 2. Emotion 3. Cultural diversity
  3. 3. 1. Representation 2. Education 3. Action
  4. 4. International Slavery Museum
  5. 5. Torreon Declaration <ul><li>INTERCOM Declaration of Museum Responsibility to Promote Human Rights INTERCOM believes that it is a fundamental responsibility of museums, wherever possible, to be active in promoting diversity and human rights, respect and equality for people of all origins, beliefs and background. </li></ul>
  6. 6. International Slavery Museum
  7. 7. District Six Museum
  8. 8. Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum
  9. 9. Cambodian Landmine Museum
  10. 10. Museum of Genocide Victims

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