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Challenging the rhetoric of migration on screen

The London Migration Film Festival aims to challenge the rhetoric that reduces migrants to simplistic categories: active enemies or passive victims.
from London Migration Film Festival on Nov 19, 2017.

Environment and identity at COP23

A practical workshop on climate change narratives.
from The Cockpit on Nov 13, 2017.

A goat for each son martyred

'Goats' is a new work in which Syrian playwright and documentary filmmaker Liwaa Yazji explores the lies we choose to believe and the effectof one man questioning the ‘truth’.
from Royal Court on Nov 12, 2017.

Into the Melting Pot, for better or for worse

Classic story of a young Russian immigrant fighting to uphold his dream of a new life in a new country.
from Finborough Theatre on Nov 11, 2017.

Illuminating India

A season of exhibitions and events that celebrates India’s contribution to science, technology and mathematics.
from Science Museum on Nov 3, 2017.

Rallying support for Palestine

One hundred years after the Balfour Declaration, campaigners will be marching for justice and equal rights for Palestinians on 4 November..
from Palestine Solidarity Campaign on Nov 1, 2017.

Film Africa is back

Britain's largest festival of African film returns at the end of October.
from FilmAfrica on Oct 24, 2017.

Setting the stage for a Middle East peace agreement

A new play about the Middle East peace process opens at the National Theatre in September.
from National Theatre on Oct 17, 2017.

A story from the frontlines

As the statue of colonialist Cecil Rhodes came down at the University of Cape Town, seven students wrote 'The Fall'.
from Royal Court on Sep 26, 2017.

Art in the age of terror

'Age of Terror: Art since 9/11' will feature more than 40 artists, including Ai Weiwei, Grayson Perry, Gerhard Richter, Jenny Holzer, Mona Hatoum, Alfredo Jaar and Coco Fusco.
from Imperial War Museum on Sep 2, 2017.
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