Diversity & Inclusion

‘Stop Filming Us’ – Questioning Neocolonialism through the Camera Lens

‘Stop Filming Us’ – Questioning Neocolonialism through the Camera Lens

In Stop Filming Us (2020) Dutch filmmaker Joris Postema travels to the city of Goma in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo, where numerous conflicts and even more Western aid organizations have been in the past 25 years. The problem is, sometimes these Westerners would rather define Goma and its people on their terms. Can Postema portray the Congolese reality without becoming part of the problem?

The 8th of April: International Traveller and Roma Day

The 8th of April: International Traveller and Roma Day

World Roma and Traveller Day is an opportunity to recognise the work of activist’s past and present and appreciate the diversity which the community has brought to Ireland for centuries. However, this day also serves as a reminder of the extent to which Ireland has failed its’ indigenous ethnic minority and how far we have to come before equality can be achieved.