Palestina, lekcije 1, 2, 3
Lekcija 3 / MARIBOR IS THE FUTURE 102: Kulturna ambasada Palestina
GT22 je oktobra postal Kulturna ambasada Palestine. Ob projekciji filma Elie Suleimana Čas, ki ostaja nas je obiskala Ana Tasič, predstavnica Gibanja za pravice Palestincev, ki je tudi sama večkrat obiskala Palestino in se na lastne oči soočila s stanjem. Z njo smo se pogovarjali v živo po filmu, povabili pa smo jo tudi v studio Radia YoureUp, kjer smo razglabljali o gibanju, trenutni situaciji, tem, kar lahko storimo, da se izboljša, palestinski kulturi, umetnosti …
Moderator: Žiga Brdnik
Zvok: Boštjan Eržen
Zaključna pesem: 47SOUL Intro to Shamstep
Zahvala: Gibanju za pravice Palestincev, Ustanovi Fundacija Sonda, skupnosti GT22, sofinancerju Mestni občini Maribor in radiema YoureUp ter Marš.
Lekcija 2 / MARIBOR IS THE FUTURE 049: Public podcast on Palestine
In the studio of Radio YoureUp we hosted as part of the Festival Lent 2018 program a debate on the dire situation in Palestine, featuring guests who helped enlighten us on what is happening in Israel and Palestine and what we can do to make a change for the better. We also breached the issue of why Slovenia, as a fairly young country, was not able or willing to recognize Palestine as an independent state, even though nations all across the globe have mustered the will to do it. And what else European countries should and could do to pressure Israel in changing its agressive politics. The guests of the talk were: Palestinian writer and poet, currently living as a refugee in Slovenia Mohamed Munem, member of the BDS (boycott, divestment, sanctions) movement Nada Pretnar and the foreign affairs journalist for MMC RTV Slovenija Boris Vasev.
Moderators: Helena Milinković & Žiga Brdnik
Sound: Urban Ambrožič
Lekcija 1 / MARIBOR IS THE FUTURE 030: Interview with Benjamin Ladraa (#walktopalestine)
Swedish activist Benjamin Ladraa is walking from Gothenburg, Sweden to Palestine to raise awareness of the human rights violations and occupation of Palestine by the Israeli military.
He has started his nearly 1 year long journey on 5th of August and is planing to arrive at the Israeli border in May, making more then 4000 kilometres on foot. He is stopping also in Maribor in recent days and has gladly made an interview for our podcast. His journey will continue to Ptuj this week and further to Zagreb, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria …
You can follow Benjamin on his path via his Facebook profile and support him by spreading the word, accompany him on foot or help him arrange accomodation and lecture opportunities in your home town or anywhere on the road.
We wish him good luck and a peaceful solution for Palestine.