[Screening & Debate] BARIZ (Paris) Street Camp Days

[Screening & Debate] BARIZ (Paris) Street Camp Days

Event Details

  • Date:

Centre de Sciences Humaines  and Alliance Française de Delhi

is pleased to invite you to the CSH-AFD Screenings & Debates on Migration Theme:

BARIZ (Paris)

le temps des campements

(Documentary with English subtitles/2022/iskra-EHESS Production, 69 min.)
Directed by Nicolas JAOUL


at Alliance Française de Delhi, ML Bhartia Auditorium, 72 Lodi Estate, New Delhi

On Tuesday, 22 March 2022 at 6:00 PM

Followed by a discussion between Dr. Nicolas Jaoul  and  Dr. Nandini Sundar, Professor of Sociology at Delhi School of Economics

About the Movie: Summer 2015, Paris, La Chapelle district. Hundreds of recently arrived exiles from East Africa are abandoned to their fate on the sidewalks of Paris. Supported by local residents, they struggle to recreate a camp that allows them to protect themselves from the police and claim their rights, in France, to asylum. Few months later, after obtaining accommodation, Ismaïl and Fathi tell us about their exile, their arrival in Paris and about solidarity. http://www.iskra.fr/Bariz#article23571

The director: Nicolas Jaoul is a french Anthropologist (CNRS/IRIS) and documentary filmmaker who has specialized on the ethnography of the Ambedkarite movement in India. Recently, he took part in the movement of solidarity with migrants in France and started working on the politicization of camp sites. Bariz is his second film.

For registration: RSVP mentioning your full name to be sent (before Tuesday, 22 March, 12 p.m.) to neeru.gohar@csh-delhi.com

(!) Due to covid security protocols, we request you to please pre-register over email and kindly carry an ID proof to be granted access to the venue.

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