In January 2019, Cambodia marked the 40th anniversary of the fall of the the Khmer Rouge, a regime responsible for the deaths of over 1.7 million people. Efforts to redress Cambodia’s difficult past are ongoing, including prosecutions of senior Khmer Rouge leaders, a range of commemorative and memorial practices, the development of new curricula and…
Two-day conference based on the use of participatory art forms in conflict/post conflict settings to explore how participatory arts practices might be used to explore some of the nuanced forms of storytelling/performance in contexts when there are often public versus hidden narratives. How might forms be adapted? What new forms might emerge? How can performance contribute to the transformation of co
In May 2018 our partners meet in South Africa for their second workshop as part of a wider series of events around heritage and young people, led by Professor Stuart Taberner and the South African Holocaust & Genocide Foundation.
A day of screenings, panels and discussion bringing together activist filmmakers from across the UK and beyond.
Join the Centre for World Cinemas & Digital Cultures at the University of Leeds for an evening of film, talk, and performance in celebration of the power of film and creativity, celebrating past project ‘Voicing Hidden Histories’ and launching two new major AHRC projects working with arts, activism and international development.
A day-long seminar hosted by the Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures at the University of Leeds reflecting on learning, opportunities and challenges regarding the relationship between participatory arts and international development.
SAMEER is a critically acclaimed political thriller directed by Dakxin Chhara, one of our key delivery partners in the University of Leeds GCRF project “Voicing Hidden Histories: Troubling the National Brand”.