Upcoming autumn events

The FIFDH co-organizes this autumn many events with its partners and new films are to be seen in theaters!

The 20th edition of the FIFDH is on its way! See you from 4 to 13 March 2022 - and until then - discover many events co-organized by the FIFDH and its partners this autumn. You can also find the list of the movies selected at the FIFDH 2021 and now available in cinema or online

 

Young Activists Summit 2021

Thursday November 18, 2021

The YAS - Young Activists Summit - is back on November 18, 2021 in Geneva and online. This third edition will showcase young leaders and their solutions to some of the world’s biggest challenges. Through their ground-breaking initiatives, innovations, or inventions, the 2021 laureates will demonstrate that young people are paving the way for a more sustainable and equal world. Discover the programme

On Friday 19 November 2021 at 6pm, the FIFDH co-organise a screening of the film 

BIGGER THAN US

 by Flore Vasseur in partnership with the YAS and the Graduate Institute. This will be followed by a panel discussion with... 
  • Flore Vasseur, Film Director and Co-Producer 
  • Memory Banda, 2019 YAS Laureate, and Film Protagonist
  • Louise Mabulo, founder of The Cacao Project and 2021 YAS Laureate
  • Moderator : Claudia Seymour, Senior Researcher, Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding, the Graduate Institute, Geneva

The event will be held in English. 

Register now! 


Semaine des droits humains

from November 22 to 26, 2021

The Semaine des droits humains (SDH), organised by the University of Geneva, will take place from 22 to 26 November 2021 on the theme of "Inequality and Discrimination". Debates and conferences will focus on the issues of modern slavery, migration and different forms of discrimination. Discover the programme!

On this occasion, the FIFDH will co-present the movie CALL ME INTERN by Nathalie Berger & Leo David Hyde about unpaid interns on Tuesday 23 November at 6.30 pm at Uni Dufour. A screening followed by a meeting with...

  • Leo David Hyde, co-director of the film
  • Luca Bermioli, chief of the Direction des politiques et des prestations sociales, International Labour Organisation (ILO)
  • Nicolas Levrat, Professor and Director of the Global Studies Institute (GSI), University of Geneva
  • Chloe Amiset, intern and member of the Fair Internship Initiative (FII) 

  • Moderator : Frédéric Esposito, Lecturer at GSI, University of Geneva

Register to the event! 


Exhibition INTIME?

until January 13, 2022

The FIFDH joins forces with the Maurice Chalumeau Centre for Sexual Sciences and Santé Sexuelle Suisse to present the exhibition INTIME?.Narratives of intimacy are constantly evolving, shaped by societal and political transformations. Thus, new individual and collective issues are emerging - sexual health, sexual rights, arts and knowledge about sexualities - and lead us to rethink the intimate. 

> Exhibition INTIME? from October 22, 2021 to January 13, 2022 

> UNIGE exhibition hall, Uni Carl Vogt

Discover the programme! 


Screening EXTERIEUR JOUR

Wednesday November 17, 2021

The FIFDH is glad to join the Super Foehn association, COS and the Festival Les Créatives to show you the film EXTERIEUR JOUR!

This film was born in the framework of a film creation workshop offered by Super Foehn to young migrant women. The participants discovered the tools of cinema through several workshops, and the ideas that emerged were realised during a weekend of shooting. Directors, cinematographers, sound engineers, scriptwriters, make-up artists and actresses all found their place and were able to express themselves.

Come discover with us the result!

EXTERIEUR JOUR screening, Wednesday 17 November 2021 at 6.30 pm at the Cinéams du Grütli

> Free entry, you just need to register 

Register for the screening!


Exhibition TO HEAL A WORLD

from November 16, 2021 to April 24, 2022

International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum present his new temporary exhibition TO HEAL A WORLD, 160 years of photography from the collections of the Red Cross. 

More than 600 images from 1850 to the present day, along which big names from the prestigious Magnum Photos agency can be found alongside countless anonymous photo-takers. All aim to draw attention and spark emotion by revealing the suffering of the innocent: refugees, prisoners of war and other people in distress.

> TO HEAL A WORLD, an exhibition to discover from November 16, 2021 to April 24, 2022

> International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum, Avenue de la Paix 17, 1202 Geneva - Switzerland

> This project was developed in association with the Rencontres d’Arles, an annual photography festival that will host the exhibition in 2022.

Discover the exhibition