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  • Pierre Cardin
    French fashion industry icon and international businessman Pierre Cardin was designated UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador in 1991.

    He has initiated many humanitarian projects and organized numerous public campaigns for the benefit of Chernobyl nuclear disaster victims.

    An untiring advocate for tolerance and mutual understanding, Pierre Cardin takes advantage of his travels to spread the message of brotherhood and unity, symbolically raising the Six Flags of Tolerance wherever the opportunity arises.

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    Mr Koïchiro Matsuura, UNESCO Director-General, Mrs Claudia Cardinale and Mr Pierre Cardin during the Annual Meeting of Goodwill Ambassadors on 6 June 2000 at UNESCO Headquarters

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    Mr Pierre Cardin at UNESCO Headquarters

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    M. Pierre Cardin during the exposition about Chernobil which took place at UNESCO Headquarters

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    Mrs Claudia Cardinale and Mr Pierre Cardin during the Annual Meeting of Goodwill Ambassadors on 6 July 2000 at UNESCO Headquarters

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