St. Stephen’s School Delegation to the United Nations World Cultural Heritage Youth Symposium

World Cultural Heritage Youth Symposium
Congratulations to St Stephen's Classics students who were selected to participate in the World Youth Cultural Heritage Symposium in Olympia, Greece from April 19 to 23, which will be held at the International Olympic Academy.
The Symposium is a contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals promoting "Education 2030" which ensures that 'all learners acquire the knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development, including, among others, through education for sustainable development and sustainable lifestyles, human rights, gender equality, promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence, global citizenship and appreciation of cultural diversity and of culture's contribution to sustainable development.'
Our students prepared a 20-minute presentation on the cultural heritage of Italy and in Greece enjoying this wonderful opportunity to engage with other students from all over the world at a beautiful symbolic site, in a discussion on a topic of vital importance today.
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Roadmap to Hell Book Presentation by Barbie Nadeau, Thursday, March 22 at 6:00pm

Join us for a special book presentation by journalist and author Barbie Nadeau on

March 22nd at 6:00 pm

in the St Stephen's School Cultural Center.

Barbie Nadeau will talk about her journey in writing her latest book



OneWorld Publications who published the book describes its contents as follows:

"From sex slaves to drug mules, The Daily Beast's Rome Bureau Chief uncovers a terrifying and intricate web of criminal activity right on Europe's doorstep.

Caught between Camorra gunrunners selling to ISIS and Nigerian drug gangs along Italy's picturesque coast, each year thousands of refugees and migrants are lured into their criminal underworld, forced to become sex slaves, drug mules or weapon smugglers. In this powerful exposé, investigative journalist Barbie Latza Nadeau follows the weapons trail, meets the Nigerian hair braiders trafficked and trapped by black magic, the brave nuns who try to save them and the Italian police who turn a blind eye as the most urgent issues facing Europe play out in broad daylight."


About the Author

Barbie Latza Nadeau is an American journalist in Rome, working for Newsweek, The Daily Beast and CNN. For more than two decades she has covered crime in Europe, Italian politics, the Vatican, the refugee crisis and women's issues. Her previous book about the murder trials of Amanda Knox, Angel Face (2010), was adapted for film (The Face of an Angel, 2015), starring Kate Beckinsale as a journalist based on Barbie herself.


For important and timely topics, St Stephen's Cultural Center is making a difference. Join us for this special presentation on Thursday, March 22nd and other stimulating themes of discussion, art shows, special guest lectures, and so much more, throughout the spring.


We look forward to seeing you! 



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