This year marks the 20th anniversary of the "Battle of Seattle": massive protests against the World Trade Organisation and murderous capitalist greed in 1999. The protests, both peaceful and violent, gathered more than 40,000 people and effectively started a tradition of "summit resistance" (as seen in Prague a year later, in London in 2009, or in Hamburg two years ago).
We're starting "Social Screenings" at D-Zona: every second Tuesday evening we'll show films about social movements from different places and dealing with different struggles.
Every second Thursday at 19:00 in D-zóna (always announced in the calendar and on this web).
We show films about social movements from different places and dealing with different struggles.
Domof-mooy is a series of events starting in October 2020, focused on enabling foreigners living in Prague to understand the local social space better: its history and present. The series is not meant to be simply foreigner-oriented education - its ambition is to create a fruitful discussion among individuals of any origin, Czech people included. After all, there is no clear frontier between "local" and "foreign", as concepts like "home" or "origin" are a complex issue. This is why both "foreigners" and "locals" might benefit from discussing our shared environment.