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01.12.2022 17:30

Mars + slotevent

Pay what you can

NIE PLEUJE VOOR HAAT EN RACISME!

On Thursday December 1st, Filip Dewinter is invited by the KVHV to give a lecture at the UGent on the population theory. This theory is not an opinion but a racist conspiracy theory that was one of the reasons for the holocaust. Dewinter propagates a theory of white supremacists who claim that their own people and their culture are in danger of falling and being replaced by immigrants. This is a call for hatred, dehumanisation and violence and has no place in a democratic society.

With a broad platform of students, lecturers of the UGent and representatives of the civil society in Ghent, we oppose the normalization of the extreme right and warn for the dangers of the repopulation theory. 0On Thursday, December 1st, the evening of the lecture, we organize a march through the student district of Ghent. Afterwards we will organize the closing event 'Nie pleuje voor haat en racisme' with artists and speakers. Welcome!

Programma

Timetable
17:30: verzamelen aan de Blandijn
18:20: mars naar Kunstencentrum VIERNULVIER
19:00: slotevent in Theaterzaal, Kunstencentrum VIERNULVIER

Music

Sioen & Yamen Martini
Gabriel Rios
Isabelle Eisentstein (begeleiding op accordeon door Karen Braet)
Rooty Tooth
Brecht Eislerkoor

Speakers
Gentse studenten (No hate and racism at UGent)
Ellen De Soete en Simon Gronowski (May 8 coalition)
Milo Rau (NTGent)Stefan Hertmans (statement read by Igor Willems)
Bruno De Wever (historicus)Katrien Neyt (Regional Secretary ABVV East Flanders)
Wouter Arrazola de Onate (Kif Kif)
Vincent Scheltiens (historicus and author)
Siggie Vertommen (conflict & development and genderstudies)
Dirk Verhofstadt (auteur en political philosopher)
Fleuriëlla Manirambona (Umoja)
Jan Neirynck (Chairman ACV Oost-Vlaanderen)
Katrien Jacobs (researcher, auteur 'Radicaalrechtse seks')

Spoken word

Hind Eljadid
Fatih Devos

Moderator
Liesbet De Kock (Apache)

Partners:
8 mei-collectief, Vermeylenfonds, Opera Ballet Vlaanderen, Samenleving & Politiek, vzw Vrede, CAMPO, Gents Kunstenoverleg, Masereelfonds, Kunstencentrum VIERNULVIER, Ha Concerts, #GentZonderGrenzen, Hand in Hand (Gent), Burgerplicht, Een Hart voor Vluchtelingen, LOD Muziektheater, Aifoon, Democrazy, Victoria Deluxe, Edelweiss Piraten, Ontroerend Goed, SAAMO Gent, De Centrale, Gents Solidariteitsfonds, Platform 21/03, Refu Interim, Human Rights Research Netwerk (UGent), Greentrack Gent, NUCLEO, Kunsthal Gent

Nie pleuje