This year, the event has extensively selected films directed by women from that continent bringing their particular perspectives on topics varying from rebellion, the diaspora, affection, to the universal search for the sense of belonging. Yi Zou Since 2011, the Royal African Society has organised this annual festival, […]
The target wasn’t difficult to find. It moved as it always did, as if responding to song. The target was called Jane. I’m Jane, she said. “Jane”, I repeated without realising. Yes, it’s a very common name she continued. Paris sent me I said. I gave her the letter from Hubert. It explained that I would accompany her to Paris to meet him.
In April, a deadly earthquake caused hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries in this country and numerous victims and families still need urgent help. The embassy of this country in London is presenting a film screening to raise funds in support of those sufferers in the natural catastrophe. […]
The project will take place in 2018 and an invitation to take part has been issued by a multidisciplinary group which seeks to promote and heighten the profile of education in art and architecture throughout the world.
The “1st Education in Architecture for Children and Youngsters International Biennial” provides a setting in which learning is conducted through play in and with space –
Children and young people are left feeling anxious and insecure, women and girls are victims of racism and sexism at work, school and on public transport, an even more negative rhetoric on immigration, disbelief, uncertainty and disappointment.
Other consequences of the vote have been a divide between the young and old, between large cities and rural areas, and other divisions that are affecting community cohesion.