A day in Yemen # 3, september 26th

After the success of our 2016 and 2018 editions, Salam For Yemen is organising a third edition of the event A day in Yemen.

2020 marks the sixth year of war in Yemen.

Yemenis are in dire straits: the war and the murderous embargo imposed on Yemenis are compounded by the COVID 19 epidemic.

A day in Yemen will be an opportunity to introduce you to Yemen, its heritage, its arts and its cuisine through accounts of humanitarian workers and artistic and academic work.

This single day event will help to bring awareness that despite the dark hours it is going through today, Yemen is a land of peace and tolerance, a country rich in a history and a millennial culture that its people love to share.

During this day, three round tables will bring together researchers, humanitarian workers and politicians. Artistic works (photographs, drawings) Yemeni handicrafts as well as press photos will also be presented. A concert and a DJ will conclude the day

The event will be held on

September 26th, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.,

at Cinq Toits: 51 boulevard Exelmans, 75016 Paris.

Salam For Yemen, whose vocation is to raise public awareness of humanitarian issues affecting Yemen and to work for peace, wishes to promote with you a spirit of human solidarity throughout this multicultural day.


Given the current circumstances, the majority of the activities will take place in the open air, while respecting health practices.





Free entry and open to all !


Thanks to Chitro Shahabuddin for the drawing and to Camille de Cussac for the graphics.


Sadek Alsaar



Salam For Yemen

International collective for Peace in Yemen

Collectif international pour la paix au Yémen


+33 (0)1 45 70 96 94  M. +33 (0)6 14 62 25 50





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