The UN and Government of Flanders Invite You to 'Stranger in Paradise' (18/12)

The UN and Government of Flanders Invite You to ‘Stranger in Paradise’ (18/12)

To mark International Migrants Day the United Nations, in partnership with the Government of Flanders, presents ‘Stranger in Paradise’

Monday 18 December 2017
at 19:00

Cinema ZED, Leuven

The film will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with:Laura Palatini, Chief of Mission of the Country Office for Belgium and Luxembourg, International Organisation for Migration (IOM)

Marlies StubbePolicy advisor on integration policies, Government of Flanders

Prof. Dr. Jan Wouters, President United Nations Association Flanders-Belgium, Professor of International Law, KU Leuven


A refugee from the asylum centre LOI Leuven KarThuis

Moderated by Christophe Verhellen, United Nations Regional Information Centre (UNRIC)

There will be a drinks reception after the panel discussion.

The film has a run time of 1 hour 12 minutes

The film is in English

Due to limited number of tickets, we kindly ask you to register only if you are able to attend our event

To register for a FREE ticket click here

Registration starts at 18:30
Doors close at 19:15

Please note: Seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis & should not be reserved for late-comers

*For health and safety reasons, we reserve the right to refuse entry once we have reached maximum capacity

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In a classroom newly arrived refugees learn a lesson about multifarious Europe. Operating at the intersection of fiction and documentary, Stranger in Paradise reflects on the power relations between Europeans and refugees in a candid fashion.

For more information on the film click here

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