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From 09.05 to 29.05, in Facebook live, let's think together about the major challenges of our time!


Sunday 09.05 - STUDIO #1

- Disability: how to accept your limits and live with your differences ? -



Film : Maddy The Model


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Tuesday 11.05 - STUDIO #2

- Is plastic recycling the way to a new economy ? -


Event in collaboration with The Shift asbl


What is the situation of plastic production and recycling in our world? How can we involve and mobilise businesses to get serious and real about tackling plastic pollution? What is the circular economy and is it being embraced by companies, users and sellers of plastics?


Film : The Story of Plastic


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Wednesday 12.05 - STUDIO #3

- Respect for human rights: are Europe and Belgium really exemplary ? -



The mechanics and dynamics of human rights abuse are both very complex, with a number of cultural, psychological, sociological and political factors, etc., interacting and reinforcing each other. How can they be decoded and defused?


Film : Dying to divorce , Silent Voice


Speakers : 

  • Tulin Ozdemir - Filmmaker

  • Marie Arena - European deputy

  • Bahar Kimyongür - Journalist

  • Emile Noel - Specialised educator, psychologist and psychotherapist and member of the Board of Directors of Groupe Santé Convergence


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Monday 17.05 - STUDIO #4

- Changes in the world of work: between rebellion and reconversion -



Labour developments in Europe - When we are threatened with redundancy or are made redundant, we often have the choice of retraining or changing nothing and holding on to what we have, adopting the policy of "we'll blow it up".

Is this policy still realistic and feasible? Is the pandemic likely to slow down European deindustrialisation?


Film : Blow it to Bits , A New Shift , Shift 


Speakers : 

  • Odile Allard - Productrice

  • Lech Kowalski - Réalisateur

  • Martin Willems - Member of the CSC and leader of the United Freelancers

  • Jindřich Andrš - "A New Shift" filmmaker


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Tuesday 18.05 - STUDIO #5

- China's economic presence in Africa: a threat to local biodiversity? -



The issue of the disappearance of biodiversity addressed with Sea Shepherd in areas without legal standards in China / Comparison of China's economic strategy with Europe's.

What decisions/issues will be addressed during the COP in China? What are the priorities and scope of China's economy in the lawless spaces of the seas and oceans? How is China's strategy and invasion of Africa going? Are there any real means of control in safeguarding biodiversity? What is our role as citizens and consumers?


Film : Stolen Fish , China Dream


Speakers




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Thursday 20.05 - STUDIO #6
- What are the new paths of Belgian cinema? -



This studio is mainly centred around the films "A way home", "Le divorce de mes marrants" and "The wakeful sleeper" directed by very talented Belgian filmmakers. In the Belgian competition, these challenging and original films take us boldly and uniquely into the world of intimacy. By exploring a new cinematographic language, they offer us a fresh and courageous look at deep and little-known subjects with delicacy and humour.


Films:  A Way Home , Le divorce de mes marrants , The Wakeful SleeperThe Inheritors

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Friday 21.05 - STUDIO #7




Has the health crisis stifled citizen movements for good or has it forced them to momentarily revisit their modes of expression and action? What are the weaknesses and strengths of our current democracies? What democratic priorities should we work on?


Speakers
  • Zoé Brichau - "Que no me roben los sueños" filmmaker
  • Laure Massiet du Biest & Louison Assié - "Square-eyed" filmmaker
  • Nathalie de Wulf - Lawyer
  • Sylvestre Sybille - Director, screenwriter
  • Samuel Tilman - Director and spokesperson for "Still standing for culture"