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Berlin

GLOBAL CITIZEN SALON

Mensch ohne Grenzen - Spagat zwischen Kulturen?

GLOBAL CITIZEN SALON
GLOBAL CITIZEN SALON

Zeit & Ort

21. März 2024, 19:00 – 22:00

Berlin, Hanns-Eisler-Straße 93, 10409 Berlin, Deutschland

Über die Veranstaltung

Gemeinsam etwas bewirken!Respekt & Vielfalt für Pankow!

Zusammen mit Pankower Vereinen, Organisationen und Künstler*innen wollen wir im Rahmen der „Internationalen Wochen gegen Rassismus“ ein Zeichen setzen und zu einem menschenfreundlichen Zusammenleben beitragen. Checkt unser Programm aus und schaut vorbei! Im Rahmen der Pankower Wochen gegen Rassismus veranstalten wir am 21.03.23 um 19 Uhr einen Salon zu: Global citizenship - Mensch ohne Grenzen - Spagat zwischen Kulturen?

Dr. Nassim Abi Ghanem (Libanon / Konfliktforscher und Dozent am Bard College der Universität Berlin) und Blaise Baneh Mbuh,(Kamerun/Deutschland - Gründer der Bamenda Film School in Kamerun) teilen Impulse, persönliche Erfahrungen und Filmbeiträge.

(Die Diskussion findet auf Englisch statt)

OPEN INVITATION

Open Invitation to the Global Citizens Podium Discussion.

When: Thursday 21.03.2024 from 19:00 to 21:00 Uhr

Where: KulturMarktHalle, Hanns-Eisler-Straße 93, 10409 Berlin.

The Discussion is a Part of Pankow's Weeks Against Racism: The Discussion will moderated by Ludger Lemper a Regisseur, Co-Founder of KulturMarktHalle e.V., and Eed Be Eed e.V. as well as The Global Citizens Festival Director and Co-initiator of the campaign

Diversity Votes for a Diverse Future.

The Discussants:

Dr. Nassim AbiGhanem is a Lecturer at Bard College Berlin. Nassim teaches courses on Global Citizenship, Global History and Conflict, and Peacebuilding.

Dr. Nassim's talk explores the seminal work of Tayib Saleh's Season of Migration to the North as a platform for understanding the individual-level hybrid identities that result from the relations between the North and the South. After the presentation of an abridged version of the novel, the talk will further look at the obstacles and challenges that impede the possibility of a modern-day migrant, refugee, or person in exile from the South establishing relations of love with the North.

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Blaise Baneh MBUH is a documentary filmmaker from Cameroon living in Berlin, currently working as a Media Pedagogue with Joliba Interkulturelles Netwerk e.V Berlin, he Co-founded the Bamenda Film School in 2013. He is the coordinator of the Global South Network, an association of five African countries working together as a community project in youth capacity development projects with the head office in Benin Republic. He has a couple of documentary films produced in his CV as a filmmaker.

Note: Global communities from South Africa, Jerusalem, and Cameroon will join us online.

Funded by Sozio Kultur Fonds, Demokratie Leben, Pankow Wochen Gegen Rassismus.

Organized by KulturMarktHalle, Feelbeit, Eed Be Eed, Bamenda Film School, and Explore our Hood.

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