Film & Discussion 17 June 2017 in Berlin ICS
Journalism in Sudan
Despite ongoing conflicts before and after South Sudan became independent and other issues the people Sudan face, they do not receive the needed attention. Reporters Without Borders, together with Amnesty International, shine a light on, the current situation in Sudan regarding journalism and war.
Monday, 17 July 2017
at 7 PM
Prenzlauer Allee 80, Berlin
Reporters Without Borders, Amnesty International, Nuba Reports, Stiftung Planetarium Berlin and Arte invite you to an evening event full of multimedia experiences and conversation. At 7 PM we will open the gates of the Planetarium. In the entrance hall you will find the exhibition Health in Times of War. In the dome of the Planetarium we will be collectivly immersed into the Nuba Mountains through the VR-Film We Who Remain. Through the stories of a soldier, journalist, student and mother we learn about this forgotten conflict and why they choose to remain. The third part of the event will be a panel discussion about the state of journalism in Sudan.
Panel Discussion Speakers:
Anne Renzenbrink, Reporter ohne Grenzen (Reporters Without Borders)
Mai Shutta, Sudanese activist living in exile
Hajooj Kuka, Sudanese filmmaker
Laura Wagenknecht, freelance journalist
Badreldin M. Abdalla, Sudanese Ambassador to Germany