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A minute’s silence relating to the terror attacks in Paris

Lund University requests observance of a minute’s silence relating to the terror attacks in Paris. The minute’s silence will be observed by several universities on Monday 16 November at 12.00.

The minute’s silence is being observed to honour the victims of the terror attacks in Paris, but also with an aim to protest against the increased threats and attacks in today’s world that threaten the basic values of our society – values that our University is built on, and must continue to convey in the future: the right to freedom of thought and expression, openness, democracy and tolerance.

The minute’s silence has been called by the EU, and the government and government offices will be participating. In connection with the minute’s silence flags at the University will be at half-mast.  

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