Philippe Robinet

Philippe Robinet is the Director General of Calmann-Lévy Books, one of the oldest publishing houses in France, as well as the founder and President of Kero Books.

In 2002 he helped create Oh! Books, an organisation that published a number of dissident memoirs, including those of Mukhtar Mai, a Pakistani women’s rights activist, and Sampat Pal Devi, an Indian anti-corruption activist.

Speeches

Pakistan

Pakistan: On Death Row for Blasphemy with Philippe Robinet, Ashiq Masih

Ashiq Masih, husband to Asia Bibi, a Pakistani Christian woman sentenced to death after being convicted of blasphemy, sits down with Philippe Robinet at the 7th Annual Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy – see below for full prepared remarks. Full Transcript Moderator: I just wanted to tell you that in this

Panel

Authoritarianism: The Police State and Its Victims with Philippe Robinet, Randa Kassis, Dicki Chhoyang, Regis Iglesias Ramirez, Rosa Maria Paya

A panel including Minister for Development and International Relations for the Central Tibetan Administration, Dicki Chhoyang; Franco-Syrian politician, journalist, anthropologist, and leading figure in the opposition to Bashar Al Assad’s Syrian regime, Randa Kassis;  Cuban pro-democracy activist and member of the Coordination Team of the Christian Liberation Movement (MCL), Rosa

Human Rights

Blasphemy and Honor Killings with Philippe Robinet

Philippe Robinet, Director General of Calmann-Lévy Books and founder and President of Kero Books, addresses the 4th Annual Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy – see below for full prepared remarks. Full Remarks Hilel Neuer […] by Monsieur. Philippe Robinet, who has come to us directly from Paris. Before I pass