Culture Night: The Politics of Migrant Images

Would we have a different asylum and integration policy in Denmark if we had different representations of refugees and immigrants? How can we produce new images capable of creating community between new and old citizens?

Trampoline House and its exhibition space CAMP / Center for Art on Migration Politics invite you to a Culture Night with soup kitchen, international art exhibition, and a debate on "The Politics of Migrant Images" with Danish-based Rushy Rashid (debater and radio host), Khaterah Parwani (lawyer and debater), Tarek Ziad Hussein (law student, author, and debater), Aydin Soei (sociologist, author, and lecturer), Farhiya Khalid (journalist and historian), Nermin Durakovic (visual artist), Yannick Nehemiah Antonio Harrison (researcher, editor, and political economist), and more.

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