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Livestreaming a Dialog: Unjust Narratives


Protected Havens Freedom Talks presents a dialog on The Energy of Artwork livestreaming on the worldwide, commons-based, peer produced HowlRound TV community at howlround.television on Thursday 26 April 2022 at 8 a.m. EDT (New York, UTC -7) / 12 p.m. UTC / 2:30 p.m. CEST (Stockholm, UTC +2) / 5 p.m. AFT (Kabul, UTC +4:30).

Following attention-grabbing conversations with varied collaborators, this time, the Protected Havens Freedom Talks collection provides a panel titled “Unjust Narratives; The Absent of Hazara Individuals in Public Discourse”. In collaboration with Teater DOS and Buddha Nights, the occasion will probably be streamed on Tuesday, 26 April 2022.

Moderated by Asad Buda (Afghan author), Dr Homira Rezai (Chair of the Hazara Committee within the UK) and Sajjad Askary (contributor to Guardian Australia) will deal with the assorted dimensions and penalties of unjust public discourse about Afghanistan on this discuss.

Discrimination, oppression, and inequality start with tales and narratives. Typically nationwide and worldwide narratives about Afghanistan perpetuate injustice as a result of they don't check with variety, gender, or social minorities. These narratives are a type of misinterpretation, ensuing within the silencing of variations and creating epistemic ignorance. They allow social exclusion, structural prejudice, and systematic discrimination.

About Buddha Nights
The destruction of the Bamiyan Buddha Statues in 2001 was past bloodbath. It was carried out in continuation of the ethnic cleaning, solely with the purpose of destroying the historical past of the Hazara individuals. The purge even strongly has continued after the Taliban has returned on 15 August 2021.
In collaboration with Protected Havens Freedom Talks and Teater DOS, Buddha Nights arranges three discussions for looking for another narrative associated to what's taking place in Afghanistan with a particular give attention to destroying world cultural heritage in Bamiyan. The target of the undertaking is to discover the social injustice and political inequality on the narrative degree from completely different dimensions: Destroying Historical past; Urbicide and Destruction of Cultural Heritage in Bamiyan, Injustice in Narrative; The Absent of Hazara Individuals in Worldwide Narrative, and Intersectionality; Gender Discrimination in Afghanistan.

About Freedom Talks
Protected Havens – Freedom Talks collection is carefully linked to the annual international Protected Havens convention. The Freedom Talks collection is targeted on points relating to threats in the direction of inventive freedom, free press and intangible heritage. Friends within the Freedom Talks collection are extremely educated and prolific actors within the international Arts Rights Justice sector – combating for inventive freedom. The Freedom Talks purpose to share house and broaden the narrative of who can take centre stage, by lending the model to completely different organisations throughout the sector. The talks are offered in – or translated to – English. The talks may be watched by means of our web site, our Fb web page and thru our companion Howlround, the place additionally earlier occasions are archived.

The Contributors @Buddha Nights
Asad Buda is a contract author from Bamiyan, Afghanistan. He studied sociology in Tehran and theology in Qom and he has labored as a College Lecturer in Kabul. He's the previous ICORN visitor author in Karlstad. After his arrival in Sweden, a chapter of his private memoir ´´Det återvändande Ögat´´ was revealed in Värmland Writers Anthology. Because the undertaking supervisor, He labored with Riksteatern on the Little Historical past Challenge which resulted in publishing a guide below the title of Hoppets Territorium. In addition to writing, he works with visible artwork, specializing in the demonization of political enemies and aesthetic facets of extremists and political violence. He labored with Khadim Ali on completely different tasks: The Evil Flower, Sharjah Biennial 2019, The Invisible Border, 2020, Future as An Unknown Enemy, Motion Gallery – New York, 2020 – 2021, Sermon on The Mount, Institute of Fashionable artwork – Australia 2021. There Is No Different House however That is below exhibit at Govett-Brewster Artwork Gallery, from twenty sixth February – twenty sixth June 2022.

Dr Homira Rezai is the Chair of the Hazara Committee within the UK (HCUK), a non-profit organisation working for the British-Hazara Group within the nation and advocates for the rights of Hazaras in Afghanistan and Pakistan. She is keen about girls’s and minority rights and has been a vocal advocate prior to now years. Via her work at HCUK, she has written a number of studies and parliamentary briefs on the Hazaras offering correct data on what is basically taking place on the bottom. Homira was one of many organisers who co-led the #StopHazaraGenocide marketing campaign which elevated the dialog on the persecution of Hazaras in Afghanistan world wide. Homira holds a Ph.D. in drugs and is the Government Operations lead at MirZyme Therapeutics, an modern pharmaceutical firm creating diagnostics and therapeutics for being pregnant issues equivalent to preeclampsia.

Monirah Hashemi co-founded Simorgh Movie Affiliation of Tradition and Artwork in Herat, in 2005. In 2006 she established a theatre division inside SFACA the place she labored as playwright, director and actor. Her award-winning debut play, Cry of Historical past, which was produced solely by girls was the primary play carried out earlier than a blended viewers after Taliban’s collapse, at The Academic Theatre Pageant in Herat, 2006. She has written and directed a number of performs with a give attention to creating female-led and female-fronted productions, addressing a spread of social justice points, notably associated to girls’s rights. Monirah who has carried out nationally and internationally participated on the ninth and tenth Ladies Playwright Worldwide Convention with Masks Underneath the Burka and Sitaraha – The Stars in Stockholm and Cape City in 2012 and 2015. Monirah Hashemi is a co-founder of A Night time with Buddha Pageant. Her newest play, Who Lights the Stars, depict the structural silence on incest.

Sajjad Askary is a contributor to Guardian Australia. He's a BA graduate in Worldwide Relations and is a present pupil of Juris Physician at Monash College Regulation College in Australia.

*The occasion is organised by the impartial worldwide NGO Protected Havens Freedom Talks (SH|FT), by means of collaborations throughout the international Arts Rights Justice sector, and with Safemuse graciously supporting as its mentoring organisation within the start-up interval. SH|FT is supported by The Swedish Arts Council below the Programme for Creative Freedom funded by Sida, the Swedish Worldwide Growth Cooperation Company, and The Freedom Talks are sponsored by the Swedish Institute. The exhibition and platform undertaking is sponsored by the Swedish Postcode Basis.



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