16 March / 12:00 - 14:00 / SNSPA /6 Povernei Street

Guests: Elyes Baccar (Rouge Parole) / Claudiu Craciun (SNSPA) / Mircea Toma (ActiveWatch) / Lazkin Mohammad (Association of the Syrian in Romania)

After the screening of “Rouge Parole”, a film that gives a profound picture of the Tunisian revolution, we will debate the chances and dangers that threaten the Arab world’s transition to democracy. This process is still underway and it is not clear towards what kind of society are these countries heading. When does a revolution end? What role is left for the Arab youth, that triggered the fall of tyrants but lost the free elections that followed? How can they influence the course of history, so that they will not be forced to declare after a while - like the Romanian youngsters – that their revolution was confiscated?

See trailer here:

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