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New Media Advocacy Project, in partnership with the United Nations Summer Study program at The New School, invites you to join activists, visual storytellers, media-makers and theorists from Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and the United States to explore how visual storytelling can change the tide on some of the toughest social issues around the world. Rights Reframed will combine The New School’s long-standing tradition of political dissent and experimental theory with NMAP’s ten-year focus on creating strategic media narratives in service of human rights. Over the course of two hours, audience members are invited to engage with participants in three themed discussions:
New Approaches to Gender-Based Storytelling: Addressing Cultural and Behavioral Change in the Context of Trauma
Featuring Olga Bozhko (Ukraine), Natalia Rezneac (Moldova), Mónica Ramírez (Justice for Migrant Women), and Lindsay Branham (Novo)
Beyond the Apocalypse: Tackling Climate Change and Environmental Issues with Unexpected Narratives
Featuring Timur Karpov (Uzbekistan), Svetlana Knyazeva (Russia/International Parternship for Human Rights), Marc Climaco (Ford Foundation), and Jungwon Kim (Rainforest Alliance)
Making Them Care: Experimental and Embodied Storytelling Approaches that Fight Apathy
Featuring Eka Tsotsoria (Republic of Georgia), Maryna Zastavna (Ukraine/International Partnership for Human Rights), Meggan Gomez (Theatre of the Oppressed), Glenn Cantave (Movers and Shakers NYC), and Anthonine Pierre (Brooklyn Movement Center)
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