14.03.20 — 16:00
CN D Pantin
Round table presented with RED.Br réseau européen pour la démocratie au Brésil.
In three chapters, each taking up a time axis (future, past, present), the programming of Panorama addresses the question of the body through the prisms of education, technology, decolonized thought, censorship or information in today's democracies. This political reflection continues during round tables and meetings, devoted in particular to the issue of minority rights (LGBTQI + or Indigenous people). The round table on March 14 addresses the notion of the past and brings together different participants around this issue as well as the artists participating in the second weekend of the festival.