Saturday 12 May
07:45 – 08:15 OPTIONAL: Meditation in the Gym
07:45 – 08:45 OPTIONAL Morning Sport
08:30 – 09:15 Breakfast
09:30 – 11:00 Programme slot II: Workshops / Presentations
11:30 – 13:00 Programme slot III: Workshops / Presentations
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:30 Programme slot IV: Workshops / Presentation
15:50 – 16:20 Speeches by students from DNS
16:20 – 17:20 Key Note Speech by Maleeha and Rukshar Asif
17:40 – 18:40 Keynote speech by Kamal Ahamada
“Western racialist politics and the dehumanizing of minorities in Europe”
18:45 – 19:30 Dinner
20:00 – 21:30 Performance evening
WORKSHOPS ON SATURDAY:
If we want to transform society, we must learn to tell – and listen to – a new set of stories about the world we want to create. So open your eyes and listen carefully to the story of NAKBA.
At this workshop, we will discuss sexuality and sexual practices on digital media from a feminist perspective. Keywords: Feminism, digital sexuality, online activism, digital sexual assault.
How is it to be a refugee? Which challenges or difficulties do you meet? It starts when you lose and ends when you survive. Ghassam Rahmi shares his insights as a volunteer and a refugee.
Harold Pinter’s legendary play delivers a short sharp shock, displaying the brutalities of a society, which forbids a minority of its population to speak their own language.
In this alternative, interactive workshop we will learn about our personal boxes, gain an understanding of our prejudices and together identify what we can do about it.
Resisting further armament and developing an alternative, comprehensive Nordic security policy, specifically co-operating about making the Baltic Sea a Sea of Peace.
The daunting task of making the world a better place requires more than achieving “a product”. It is important to recognise the process and the people involved as well.
Contact Improvisation Dance involves the exploration from one’s body to the next by using the fundamentals of sharing weight, touch and kinetical awareness.
In this workshop, we will not only increase our understanding of the role of caste in Indian society, but we will also be challenged on some of our – dearest – stereotypes.
“Keep an open mind, but no so open that your brains fall out”. We examine concrete examples and unravel some of the techniques and methods used by the media.