The UNESCO Slave Route Project and the Guerrand-Hermès Foundation for Peace (GHFP) Research Institute will launch a Research Report that presents the main approaches and practices for addressing the legacy of transatlantic slave trade and slavery. This Report is the result of a collaboration effort involving an international team of researchers and practitioners. It highlights the imperative of embarking on a collective journey of healing from transgenerational trauma.


  • Gabriela Ramos, UNESCO ADG Social and Human Sciences
  • Sharif Istvan Horthy, Chairman, GHFP Research Institute
  • Myriam Cottias, Historian, French National Centre for Scientific Research
  • Joy Degruy, African American author, academic, and public speaker
  • Paul E. Lovejoy FRSC, Distinguished Research Professor, Historian & Canada Research Chair
  • Achille Mbembe, Cameroonian philosopher, political theorist, and public intellectual
  • Walter Mignolo, Semiotician and William Hane Wannamaker Distinguished Professor of Romance Studies
  • Marcus Miller, African American musician and composer
  • Ray Lema, Congolese musician and composer

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