The round table “How can we use urban space and local and European memory to combat discrimination?” will take place on 27 March at 6 pm in the attic of the Faculty of Arts and Design (4 Oituz Street, Timișoara).
We propose an inspiring and constructive discussion, in which we will reflect together on what we can draw from the place we live in, in order to build integrated communities, characterized by valuing diversity and respect for human rights.
Guests: David Stoleru (Beit Project Association), Oana Neștian-Sandu (The Olga Lengyel Institute for Holocaust Studies and Human Rights) and Călin Rus (Intercultural Institute Timisoara).
The event will take place in English and the reservation of the place is done by filling in the form at this link until March 24: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZGZMRLN.
At the end of the discussion (around 19.30) there will be the opening of the photography exhibition “Nomadic Photographic Project”. The exhibition consists of 24 panels of photographs that will be displayed from 27 March to 27 April 2023 on the fence of the Botanical Park in Timisoara, on the side of Calea Alexandru Ioan Cuza.
The events are organized within the framework of the “Beit Project: Nomadic School of European Memory“, whose local coordinator is the Intercultural Institute Timișoara.