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The next meeting of Monaco Philosophical Encounters will welcome neuro-psychiatrist Boris Cyrulnik to speak on the theme "Childhood and violence.” The distinguished speaker will be introduced by Charlotte Casiraghi, on Wednesday, February 14, 2018.
The funds raised during the evening will be donated to the Monegasque Association "Jeune J'écoute", which works to support children, adolescents and their families by providing them with time and kindness.
The association’s website points out the importance of human interaction. ”We are made for human encounter, and any encounter is important, whatever it may be, even those that may seem innocuous leave traces in us, each of them modifies us, affects our body, our brain, our emotions, our spirit, our being " (Dr. Catherine Gueguen, pediatrician).
The evening starts at 19:00, at the Princess Grace Theatre (12, avenue d'Ostende). Price: from 15 euros (free for young people under 25) Reservations: Internet: www.philomonaco.com; Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (closing the day before the conference); On site: one hour before the start of the conference (depending on availability).