dinsdag 27 maart 2012 - 19:15
Debate with Mnikelo Ndabankulu, director Dara Kell and Bart Luirink, chaired by Babah Tarawally.
Bart Luirink was born and raised in Amsterdam. He worked as an editor for the De Waarheid daily newspaper and as a campaign coordinator for the Anti-Apartheids Beweging Nederland (AABN). In 1993, he moved to Johannesburg and worked as a correspondent there for VPRO radio, NPS, NOS Radio 1 Journaal and the Zuid-Oost Pers media company. He also wrote for Nieuwe Revu, Vrij Nederland and the Haagse Post. Since 2004, Bart Luirink has been editor-in-chief of ZAM Africa Magazine, the main platform for independent talent in Africa. He is also chairman of Africa in the Picture, a multimedia platform for African film, and organiser of an annual festival.
Babah Tarawally is an author and journalist from Sierra Leone. He’s been living in the Netherlands for fifteen years. Tarawally heads a team of nine programme makers for literature, music, film and design, including journalist Hassnae Bouazza and author Vamba Sherif.