This is the story of the hope, suffering and lives of three Syrian children who have suffered various traumas during the Syrian war. Ali was a runner, “Ghazal” was a ballet dancer and “Eidoo” wanted to be a doctor. On Thursday May 16th, from 11:00 to 12:30, CD4peace is pleased to invite you to theContinue Reading Movie Screening “The War Citizen”
On the 10th of January, CD4Peace sponsored an event presenting a traditional Levantine dance: the Dabke. The event started with a show from the band Watan Dabke, from Lebanon, Palestine, and Syria. Later in the evening the audience was able to participate and learn to perform this impressive dance and continued with a party animated byContinue Reading Update: the Dabke Show, a lovely evening
During the Arab Society National Week (and as an inauguration of the student bar for the second semester at the college) the Arab Society is pleased to invite you for a Dabke show on Thursday 10 January at 21:00. Dabke, a traditional Levantine dance, will be performed by Watan Dabke دبكة وطن ; an impressiveContinue Reading Dabke Show at the College of Europe!
The president of Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development for Peace, Hassan Fartousi, was invited by the Scandinavian Institute for Human Rights to present a paper at the Symposium entitled “The Future of Democracy in the Middle East” with the participation of a group of intellectuals, researchers and jurists in Geneva (22-23 September 2018). The topicContinue Reading The Future of Democracy in the Middle East: Between Violence and Peace
Is it worth living even if everyone believes you are dead? Imagine being forced to fight in a war you do not believe in nor want any part in. To what lengths would you go to escape? Based on true events, Joseph decides to hide in a hole for 21 years to avoid fighting inContinue Reading Movie Screening “Mother, I’m Joseph”