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Syria Sees You – 2018

30 avril 2018 | معتمد Revolution, Syria, Resistance, Solidarity

Syria sees you 2018

    2-3-4 May 2018, 7pm
    Cinémathèque Québécoise
    335, boul. De Maisonneuve Est
    (Métro Berri-UQAM)
    $10/$9 students & seniors
    Facebook page
    Website

Regards Syriens collective presents the 3rd edition of Syria Sees You.

Join us for three screenings of contemporary Syrian cinema. The program includes works by Talal Khoury, Afraa Batous, Soudade Kaadane, Axel Salvatori-Sinz and Samer Salameh. Intelligent, moving and poignant films.

Program of Syria Sees You, 3rd edition:

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Syria sees you: Contemporary Syrian Cinema

24 août 2017 | معتمد Événements, Syria, Solidarity

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    6-7-8 September 2017, 7pm
    Cinémathèque Québécoise
    335, boul. De Maisonneuve Est
    (Métro Berri-UQAM)
    Facebook page

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Outdoor Summer Film Series! Part 1: Migration and Exile

17 juillet 2017 | معتمد Événements, Syria, Resistance, Solidarity

Join Tadamon! for a summer film series exploring a range of realities and struggles – from those in exile, migrating due to occupation and war, to the struggles of workers against neoliberalism in Egypt. This event is co-organized by the Submedia Collective.

Border

    Sunday July 30th @ 7pm
    Parc Jarry
    Corner of St-Laurent and Villeray
    (metro De Castelnau)
    Facebook event

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Film: The Crossing

27 novembre 2016 | معتمد Syria, Solidarity

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** Tadamon! supports this Cinema Politica film screening, chronicling the struggles of Syrian refugees. The event will also feature a discussion with director George Kurian, Montreal-based artist Yassin ‘Narcy’ Alsaman, community organizer Oula Hajjar and will be hosted by Ala’a Jarban, a Yemeni
refugee, educator, and activist **

    The Crossing
    Monday November 28, 2016
    7pm-9pm
    1455 de Maisonneuve West, room H-110
    (metro Guy-Concordia)
    facebook event

THE CROSSING – NATIONS & MIGRATIONS LAUNCH W/ DIRECTOR & GUESTS!

Join Cinema Politica Concordia for the Montreal premiere of THE CROSSING, a film traveling land and sea with Syrian refugees who give a firsthand account of harrowing journeys to new countries and their feats of struggle and hope. Director George Kurian will be joined by Montreal-based artist Yassin ‘Narcy‘ Alsalman and community organizer Oula Hajjar for a post-film conversation. We are also very excited to welcome Ala’a Jarban, a Yemeni refugee, human rights educator and activist, as the evening’s host.

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After #ParisAttacks : colonial violence, racism & war

7 décembre 2015 | معتمد France, Syria, Events, Imperialism, Politics, Racism, War and Terror

Event : Roundtable – After #ParisAttacks : colonial violence, racism & war
Date : 9 décembre @ 6:30pm
Location : Café Aquin (*), local A-2030 (Pavillon Hubert-Aquin, 2nd floor)
Université du Québec à Montréal
400 Rue Sainte-Catherine Est, station Berri-UQÀM
Facebook event

The November 13th attacks in Paris that left 130 people dead, were a grave tragedy, and exist only in the context of a greater continual process of violence and war in which France, NATO, the US and Canada have been central to such horrors. When Francois Hollande declared that “we are at war”, it was quite accurate but what had been left out, is that France has always been at war against those it seeks to oppress and dominate.

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Syria: Beyond and Behind the “Refugee Crisis”

5 novembre 2015 | معتمد Syria, Tadamon!, Events, Solidarity

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Friday, November 6th, at 3:30 pm
Madeleine Parent Room (203A), 2nd Floor
SSMU Building (3480 McTavish)
facebook event

In collaboration with QPIRG McGill

In recent months, coverage of Syria in much of the western mass media has been focused on the “refugee crisis”. Certainly, the movement of hundreds of thousands of people- most of them from Syria – to Europe is among the signal events of the human experience in the contemporary period. Yet, the media story of the Syrian refugee migrations is often seriously incomplete. It is often a story of how this population movement will affect conditions in western states – demographic, political, social, economic – and about how, why and whether western states can and should respond.

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Lens on Syria: the popular struggle in film and photo

17 août 2015 | معتمد Syria, Tadamon!, Events
    Feature Event: film screening of “Our Terrible Country
    Montreal premiere (Arabic with French subtitles) & discussion

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    Wednesday, 26 August 2015 @ 7PM
    Café Coop Touski (Terrace in the courtyard)
    2361 rue Ontario Est, Montréal
    No admission charge, but suggested contribution: $5.00.
    (In case of rain, the event is cancelled)
    (facebook event)

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The Syrian Revolt: Grassroots Organizing and Everyday Resistance

10 mars 2015 | معتمد Revolution, Syria, Other, Solidarity

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    Photo credit Ali Mustafa

Lecture by Yasser Munif & the “Uprising and Uprooted” photo exhibit

March 20, 2015
Café L’Artère, 7000 Av du Parc (Metro Parc or bus 80)
18h30-21h
Facebook event

After showings at Kahwa Café (Summer 2014) and Café Aquin (Fall 2014), the photo exhibition “Uprising and Uprooted: refugees in the Syrian struggle in photo and image”, is moving to Café L’Artère for a two-month showing commencing 1 March. Presented by Tadamon!, the exhibit’s third Montreal run will include a feature event: a presentation by Yasser Munif, Assistant Professor in the Institute for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies, Emerson College, and co-founder of the Global Campaign of Solidarity with the Syrian Revolution on “The Syrian Revolt: Grassroots Organizing and Everyday Resistance” with special guest Jessica Attar Adam, Montreal photogprapher and filmmaker who will speak about her photographic work on northern Syria, on display as part of the exhibit.

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Film screening: Return to Homs

30 octobre 2014 | معتمد Revolution, Syria, Events

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    closing event for the “Uprising and Uprooted” photo exhibition
    Tadamon! and Cinema Politica present “Return to Homs”

    November 7, 2014 – 7pm
    Café Aquin Room A-2030 (Pavillon Hubert-Aquin)
    Université du Québec à Montréal
    405 Rue Sainte-Catherine East (Berri-UQAM metro)
    free entrance- suggested contribution 2-3$

Please join us to mark the end of the exhibition

“Uprising and Uprooted: refugees in the Syrian struggle in photos and images”, which is running from October 3 – November 7 at Café Aquin. Tadamon! and Cinema Politica present the film “Return to Homs” by the filmmaker Talla Derki. The projection will take place at Café Aquin, and will be followed by a discussion period.

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Uprising and Uprooted: refugees in the Syrian struggle in photo and image-2

8 octobre 2014 | معتمد Revolution, Syria, Tadamon!, Solidarity

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    Photo ©UNRWA
    exhibit : October 3 to November 7
    vernissage : Friday October 17, 5 à 7

    film screening and closing night : November 7

    location : Café Aquin, local A-2030 (pavillon Hubert-Aquin)
    Université du Québec à Montréal
    405 Sainte-Catherine East, Berri-UQÀM metro
    facebook event

The popular uprising in Syria for liberation and dignity that broke out in March 2011, has, since the beginning, been met with a brutal regime response that has known no limits. The consequences of the Syrian regime’s response have been devastating: destruction of homes, urban neighbourhoods and infrastructure; deepening social divisions that have taken the form of sometimes violent, armed confrontation; deaths of civilians reaching over 150,000 persons; widening fear and distrust; countless injured; the uprooting of millions. In the face and in the aftermath of regime bombardment, siege, atrocity and aggression millions have taken flight and sought refuge within Syria, in neighbouring states and in states beyond the region.

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