Assyrian Monitor for Human Rights hosts cultural evening promoting diversity in Sweden

NORRKÖPING, Sweden — The Assyrian Monitor for Human Rights organized a vibrant cultural event in Norrköping, Sweden, titled “Celebrate our Diversity,” aimed at fostering peaceful coexistence and collaboration among diverse cultures and communities in the country. The event, held in collaboration with the European Union and the Anna Lind International Foundation, featured a rich array of musical performances and literary contributions.

The evening showcased performances by renowned groups such as the Santa Maria Ector Scouts Brass Band, the St. Gabriel Syriac Orthodox Choir, and the Assyrian Church of the East Parish Choir. Poets Abdul Masih Touma and Aziz Bahnan Banu also graced the event with their literary contributions, emphasizing the importance of diversity as a source of strength in society.

In his closing remarks, Jamil Diyarbakli, the Executive Director of the Assyrian Observatory for Human Rights, underscored the significance of diversity in promoting peaceful coexistence and cooperation. He highlighted the role of mutual respect, understanding, and dialogue in fostering progress and achieving peace within communities.