Free Voice of Egypt - Nawal El Saadawi, The
donderdag 26 maart 2015 - 18:00
Studio, Filmhuis Den Haag
Last year's new feature Eat & Greet was a great succes. That's why this year there will be more opportunities to Eat & Greet with international activists. The audience can dine while attending a storytelling session by one of the AMOA human rights activists and has the opportunity to meet he guests in an informal setting.
Want to be there? Make reservations at the ticket office of Filmhuis Den Haag or by phone thorugh 070 - 3656030. The diner costs are 14,50 euro for a meal and a drink. You can pick up your meal at the restaurant of Filmhuis Den haag.
Her entire life, Egyptian writer, activist and physician Nawal el-Saadawi from The Free Voice of Egypt defends women’s and human rights. She broke many political, religious and sexual taboos, and remains a passionate foe of rulers and their use of religion – all rulers, all religions. At 83, she is as outspoken as ever. ‘Religion is a disaster for women.’ This Eat & Greet will be moderated by political scientist Monique Samuel.