Six Pillars Broadcast – Venice Biennial: Inuit History in Canada, and the ‘Stateless’ Catalonian Pavilion.
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Six Pillars Broadcast – Venice Biennial: Inuit History in Canada, and the ‘Stateless’ Catalonian Pavilion.

To coincide with this week’s findings by the Canadian National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls of human rights violations by the Canadian state for its treatment of the Inuit people, we hear an interview with the Canadian Pavilion currently on show at the Venice Biennial. Given over to Isuma, a not-for-profit, … Continue reading

Six Pillars Broadcast – The Nelson Mandela Exhibition
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Six Pillars Broadcast – The Nelson Mandela Exhibition

Audio recorded during a tour of the current Official Nelson Mandela exhibition at the Leake Street Gallery, Waterloo. Learning Manager Caroline Kumana describes aspects of this major new exhibition that explores the life of the world’s most famous freedom fighter and political leader. The multi-media exhibition is full of fascinating objects, images and documents, personal … Continue reading

Six Pillars Broadcast – Human Rights Watch Film Festival
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Six Pillars Broadcast – Human Rights Watch Film Festival

This week on Six Pillars Algerian-American director Assia Bendaoui visits the studio to discuss her screening as part of London’s HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH FILM FESTIVAL (HRWFF). Journalist / filmmaker Assia Boundaoui is US-based and of Algerian-American background. She joins us to discuss her directorial debut on government surveillance, “The Feeling of Being Watched” which is screened … Continue reading