Conference on Migration and Media Awareness: Looking Back, Thinking Ahead – Tag 2
From October 28 to 30, Kampnagel will host the second edition of the CONFERENCE ON MIGRATION AND MEDIA AWARENESS (CMMA) – a forum for media professionals, journalists, politicians, decision makers, civil society activists and people with and without refugee and migration experience. After the first edition in November 2017, the focus is now once again on strengthening alliances for the rights of migrants and refugees, on solidarity in a society beyond hate, and on media presentations beyond stereotyping. With CMMA 2021, journalist, moderator and media entrepreneur Larry Moore Macaulay combines lectures, panels, debates and cultural formats with top-class experts on the theme »Looking Back, Thinking Ahead« – the focus is on topics such as inclusion, diversity and participation in the media and arts sector (community & mainstream). Analog and digital, a discursive exchange on political moods and opinions in the »(post) pandemic era« will emerge, analyzing diversity as a norm and a strength, and seismographically touching on upcoming issues in global discourses. Everybody Welcome!
14:00 - 19:00 EXHIBITION Performance formats with positive counter-narratives, social commitment, and exile-born creativity. Live Painting: Natural Spirits by Nii-Armah Hammond Audiovisual Performance: Ijakadi Okan by Israel Akpan Sunday
15:00 FILM SCREENING VOA Documentary: A Day in the Life of Refugees
16:10-17:20 WORKSHOP Climate crisis, Neo-Colonialism and Forced Migration: The workshop will investigate the link between climate crisis, neo-colonialism and forced migration. Defining the migration phenomenon within the framework of climate change is, at the same time, simple and complex. Simple because the events of the last few years have made it the topic of mainstream debate. Speakers: Amal Mekki (Investigative journalist from Tunisia), Gideon Sparong (Director policy and news content/co-founder I-Watch Africa Ghana), Ugochi Oluigbo (Eco-journalist covering Africa Nigeria/Switzerland) Session chaired by: Alexandre Brutelle (Director & Co-founder Environmental Investigative Forum) Moderation: Kristof Horvath (Co-founder & Assistant coordinator Environmental Investigative Forum)
17:45 - 18:30 KEYNOTE #CMMA2021 Colloquium about the impact of global migration dynamics, the postcolonial dichotomy, the externalization of responsibility and the shift of borders. With: Prof. P. L. Otieno Lumumba (Laywer and Pan-Afrikanist from Kenia)
18:55 - 19:10 CMMA OFFICIAL OPENING
Welcome speech by Amelie Deuflhard (Artistic Director Kampnagel)
19:10 - 19:20 IMPULS VORTRAG Dr. Carsten Brosda, Senator for Culture and Media Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg
19:25 - 19:55 KEYNOTE #CMMA2021 Colloquium AFGHANISTAN IN TURBULENCE: Foreign Fighters and Future Wars. A presentation on Afghanistan's security, political and socio-economic developments. Ajmal Sohail (National Security Analyst & Co-president Counter Narco-terrorism Alliance Germany, Co-Founder and active Member of the Afghan Liberal Party).
20:00 - 22:00 WELCOME CONCERT & COCKTAIL Unity Concert – Music Against Racism with Mirage Band 8 Hamburg DJ-Set: Afropride, Hot Tunes and Vibez with DJ Waxs