Wednesdayafternoon 16 April there will be a screening and debate in Humanity House in The Hague about socio-economic recovery in South Sudan and Uganda. Two short films serve as our window on South Sudan and Uganda: skilfully filmed, each shows us a fragment of reality in these two countries.
This first showing of two short films on South Sudan and Uganda will stir up debate about socio-economic recovery in fragile settings, after or even during conflict: is there a lot to gain, or should we accept the limitations posed by these challenging contexts?
Each film will be followed up with a discussion and Q&A with: Rens Twijnstra (researcher South-Sudan), Timmo Gaasbeek (representative of ZOA), Fia van der Klugt (Ministery of Foreign Affairs). The evening will be moderated by professor Thea Hilhorst (director of the IS Academy). Together with them, we will have an open debate on socio-economic recovery in fragile settings.
Foyer open: 16.30 hrs
Start: 17.00 hrs
End: 19.00 hrs
Spoken language: English