Date: 7 March, 16.00 hrs
What: Screening Documentary 'Chameleon'
Location: Lloyd Zaal, Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy
Admission: FREE, RSVP for a seat here
The legendary undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and award-winning 'Fair Trade' researcher Selay Kouassi (nominated for 'De Tegel' in 2013) will stay with us on invitation of ZAM Magazine to watch together with you their IDFA documentary Chameleon in the Lloyd Hotel.
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When: 7 March 2015, 13.00-18.00
What: A Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon, taking place simultaneously with others around the world.
Who: Feminists & allies of any gender, with any level of Wikipedia editing experience.
Where: The Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy, Oostelijke Handelskade 34, 1019 BN Amsterdam, Netherlands
Why: To address Wikipedia's gender gap
How: A Wikipedia editing tutorial and helpful resources will be provided to beginning editors. Please bring your laptop and power cord.
Admission: FREE, RSVP to the Facebook event so that we know approximately how many people to expect.
Wikipedia's gender trouble is well documented. In a 2011 survey, Wikimedia found that less than 13% of its contributors are female. Content is skewed by the lack of female participation, and many articles on notable women in history and art are absent on Wikipedia. Join us for a day of communal updating of Wikipedia entries on subjects related to art and feminism.
Date: Sunday 8 March 2015
Time: 11:00 - 18:30
What: A platform for learning, sharing, discussing our future
Venue: Room 28 + all platforms in the Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy
Hope Step Japan! is a platform for learning, sharing and discussing our future, reflecting on Tohoku Earthquake & Tsunami of 2011.
Through lectures, screenings and activities, Hope Step Japan! is an opportunity to learn about issues such as people’s real experiences, radiation exposure in the affected areas and alternative energy developments. We aim to create an event which reflects on the disaster allows us to think about our individual actions for the future.