Live Radio at Palazzo Farnese for Sapienza Students

Sapienza University is promoting this event organised by the Institut Français in Italy: a radio event inviting the new generations to speak about democracy and the future

On Thursday, June 20, the courtyard of the Rome Palazzo Farnese will host “Radio Live,” an initiative organised as part of “France on the Scene” event organised by the Institut Français in Italy, the cultural service of the French Embassy, and promoted by Sapienza. The radio event will feature three dimensions: words spoken by young European, including Poet Amir Hassan and Art Critic Ines Tanovic Sijercic, music by the Réplicant Duo, and drawings sketched at the moment by Illustrator Amélie Bonnin.

The debate will be moderated by Aurélie Charon and Carolin Gillet. The two journalists from France Inter and France Culture have been to Gaza, Sarajevo, Marseilles and Istanbul to investigate the creative panorama of their generation by interviewing young men and women from a wide range of origins and with different prospects and listening to their projects for the future and their opinions about the world.

Radio Live is a three-dimensional portrait of our youth and aims to reflect the thoughts of a committed generation that steadfastly pursues active citizenship. As the authors point out, all those who “have no desire to be part of a period characterized by crisis, fear and the loss of illusions and utopias” are invited.

Sapienza students who are interested in participating must register with the on-line platform by Monday, June 17.



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