Here you can follow the live blog from the CTD End Conference in N’Djaména, 25-28 October 2017. Check back regularly for coverage of the lectures, meetings and cultural programme!
The Connecting in Times of Duress research programme presented its results and way forward during this conference in Ndjaména. During the conference the team members met with senior researchers whoRead More
We are happy to present the text of “Kangbi na contrainte“, a reflection by slam artist Arnold Ngbagalet a.k.a. Esatis le Bon on the theme of ‘duress’. Arnold is a refugeeRead More
The artist that came to Chad to take part to the festival N’djam s’enflamme en slam talk about their music and their participation to the festival. During the CTD conference and the festival, aRead More
In the last day of the CTD conference, the CTD researcher Adamou Amadou shared a beautiful slam piece on the research programme. This short piece was more than just aRead More
During her speech at the opening of the CTD conference, the CTD project leader Mirjam de Bruijn projected a slideshow of pictures showing images from the different researchers’ fieldworks. ThisRead More
From CTD researcher Catherina Wilson’s blog Rumours on the Ubangui Opening art exhibition “Vivre sous contraintes”, speech by co-curator Catherina Wilson from Connecting in Times of Duress on Vimeo. In a previousRead More
From CTD researcher Catherina Wilson’s blog Rumours on the Ubangui An old Indian parable relates the story of a group of blind men who have never come across an elephant.Read More
Photo credits: Vera Bakker. See more pictures here
Par Rolland Albani, SAO magazine, 30 Octobre 2017 Officiellement clôturé hier avec la finale de la coupe de slam, les invités et la team d’organisation de la 4ème édition duRead More
Par Rolland Albani, SAO magazine, 29 Octobre 2017 L’espace Talino Manu, village artistique du Festival International N’Djam s’enflamme en Slam 4ème édition après nous avoir livré un roi le vendredi, nousRead More
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