Onze Ambassadeur in Jordanië:
Een hotspot van internationale steun
Voorafgaand aan het programma op 2 december spraken wij de Nederlandse ambassadeur in Jordanië, Barbara Joziasse, over waarom Nederland het essentieel vindt om aanwezig te zijn in Jordanië. "Als het hier onderuit glijdt, dan ontstaat er een groot probleem in de regio".
What to visit during IDFA in De Balie?
When IDFA takes over Amsterdam it is easy to get overwhelmed by all it has to offer. That’s why our Cinema editors have picked four ground-breaking documentaries for you to see. With in-depth conversations with filmmakers and experts to give you some extra food for thought.
A Revolution Through FaceTime
Sudanese-Romanian cartoonist and activist Khalid Albaih witnessed the Sudanese Revolution from a distance. With the internet on his side he was still able to help out protesters on the ground. What is next for Sudan and how can his cartoons influence a country in transition?
do I want to be scared to death or laugh to death?
In what way can comedy be used as a tool to dismantle power? And when does to go too far?
Religion is simply one idea among many others
Ukrainian feminist and activist Inna Shevchenko on the importance of being able to freely criticise religion.
Gita Sahgal on the danger of a Theocracy
We asked Indian activist Gita Sahgal some questions about the importance of the festival Celebrating Dissent.
The Maastricht Debate: where were the Eurosceptics?
Together with Maastricht, Working on Europe, we organised a live viewing party of the Maastricht Debate by Politico EU. Who won the debate? We asked several young Europeans for answers.
The New Kids on The European Block
A new pan-European political party called Volt has emerged from a young European generation that is ready to be heard. We asked President of Volt The Netherlands Laurens Dassen to elaborate.
Thought Policing during Election Time
Why France’s new law to tackle fake news is an attack on democracy