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Yuri Andrukhovych is a novelist, essayist and a poet - one of the leading Ukrainian prose writers of today. He is a postmodernist author, who has radically renewed Ukrainian poetry. Andrukhovych is also famous from his participation in the Orange Revolution and, quite surprisingly, as one of the...

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Yuri Andrukhovych

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Aids, human rights
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Performing Arts (installation)
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The Thai artist, Chumpon, is a culture personality, actively engaged in art and politics. Apisuk Chumpok has continuously been promoting performance art in Thailand since 80s and is one of a welknown performance artists in Asia. Since 1996, he has performed in Germany, England, Quebec, Japan,...

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Apisuk Chumpon

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interculturalism, language, media, politics, writing
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Visual Arts (curating art)
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Adrienne Goehler is a former Senator for Science, Research and Culture in Berlin and one of Europeís foremost cultural debaters.

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Adrienne Goehler

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animals, capitalism, ecology, environment, industrialisation, technology, water
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Viktor Karamushka is an environmental expert from the Black Seas region. He is based in Ukraine where his work with the UNDP-GEF Black Sea Ecosystem Recovery Project (BSERP) engages specialists, communities and residents of the Black Sea coast and raises awareness of declining environmental...

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Viktor Karamushka

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Vinaya Kumar Kasajoo has devoted his life to give voices to the poor. He works as a journalist, media Trainer and media Consultant.

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Vinaya Kumar Kasajoo

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civilisation, communication, democracy, globalisation, humanity, interculturalism
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It is easy to say that you understand the need for pluralism. What is important however is what you do with your opinion. Instead of using the word ´pluralism´, then, I would rather talk about ´interculturalism´, since this word implies an active strategy for increasing dialogue. Interculturalism...

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Dragan Klaic

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communication, democracy, human rights, identity, marginalisation, media, outcaste
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The young activist and IT specialist Jenifer Lasimbang gives voice to indigenous peoples, and believes in the posibilities of the internet promoting democracy, networks and empowerment for marginalised groups

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Jenifer Lasimbang

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civil war, identity, manipulation, politics, power, Society, violence
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Born 1967 in Beirut, Rabih Mroué is an actor, director and author, whose plays and performances revolve around the political situation in Lebanon. Mrouéís work constantly is expanding the possibilities of theater, while reconsidering its traditional definitions and searching for new...

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Bürgerkrieg, Gewalt, Identität, Macht, Manipulation, Politik
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Bildende Kunst (Performance)
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Öffentliche Rede)
Performing Arts (Doku-Performance)

Rabih Mroué, geboren 1967 in Beirut, ist Schauspieler, Regisseur und Autor. In seinen Stücken und Performances verarbeitet er die politische Situation im Libanon. Dabei erweitert er ständig die Möglichkeiten des Theaters, hinterfragt seine herkömmlichen Definitionen und...

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Rabih  Mroué

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Hasyim Muzadi is the leader of possibly the world´s largest Muslim social and educational organisation, the 47-million-strong Nahdlatul Ulama (NU), based in Indonesia.

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Hasyim Muzadi

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If you equate a media political activist whose texts are just as curt as they are sometimes ironical with a rude, offensive guy then one is sure - you have never met Oleg Kireev.

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 Oleg Kireev