Living together as equals

Gabriella Battaini-Dragoni, Council of Europe

1950 - Born in Brescia, Italy
1973 - Departmental assistant, Department of Economic Geography, University of Venice
1974 - Chair, World Youth Federation
1975 - Receives diploma, University of Nice, France
1976 - Graduates, University of Venice
1976 - Educational adviser, European Youth Centre, Council of Europe
1981 - Administrator, Directorate of Social Affairs and Health, Council of Europe
1991 - Head of service, Directorate of Education, Culture and Sport, Council of Europe
1994 - Head of service, Research and Planning Unit, Council of Europe
1998 - Director, Directorate of Social Affairs and Health, Council of Europe
2001 - Director General of Social Cohesion, Council of Europe
2004 - Director General of Education, Culture and Heritage, Youth and Sport, Council of Europe
2005 - Coordinator for Intercultural Dialogue, Council of Europe

The Council of Europe has launched a new campaign to challenge ethnic and race-based discrimination across its member states. This campaign is based on the “White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue”. Gabriella Battaini-Dragoni, who has been responsible for the preparation of the “White Paper”, is the guest in our studio today.