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Will you say hi to me on the bus? Documentary Film by Nansen Dialogue Centre

Date(s)

10/05/2017 - 10/05/2017

Time

3:00PM - 4:30PM

Location

David Keir Building (Stranmillis Road entrance), OG.012

Price

Free

This documentary was made as part of a project about ‘Intercultural education through personal histories’ that is being implemented by Nansen Dialogue Centre and Fade IN.


The main goal of the project is the promotion of cultural diversity and strengthening of cooperation among youth of all ethnic backgrounds. This project is part of the Nansen Dialogue Network's involvement in several media projects in cooperation with other partners. The aim is to present the political situation in the Balkans from different perspectives and contribute to public dialogue about controversial issues.

Following the film, a short discussion will be facilitated by: 

Marina Stambuk, Centre for Croatian Studies, University of Zagreb
Laura Taylor, Mitchell Institute and School of Psychology at Queen’s University Belfast


To register or reserve your place,
Please contact Laura Taylor L.Taylor@qub.ac.uk

For a full programme of events please download the Spring Festival Programme 2017.

 

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