Official Trailer: Inequality and Conflict – Beyond us and them
Inequality and Conflict – Beyond us and them
A research documentary from Guatemala, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Switzerland
This is the story of people taking the fight for inclusion beyond ‘us and them’, not shying away from addressing painful pasts, discrimination and conflict. Watch in YouTube.
Desigualdad y conflicto – Más allá de nosotros y de ellos
Un documental de investigación Guatemala, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Indonesia y Suiza
Esta es la historia de aquellas personas que han emprendido la lucha por la inclusión más allá de nosotros y de ellas mismas, sin eludir un pasado doloroso, la discriminación o el conflicto.
The premieres of the research documentary took place in Geneva, Switzerland, on 4.11.2019, and in Guatemala City, Guatemala, on 7.11.2019, during the Geneva Peace Week 2019.
Other screenings at various institutions are planned in 2020 and upon request. Please contact email@example.com in case you would like to organise film screenings with your own target audiences.
Release of full online version of “Inequality and Conflict – Beyond us and them” on 2.6.2020: Watch in YouTube
PRODUCTION TEAM: Ricardo Sáenz de Tejada, Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala, Guatemala | Seraina Rüegger, ETH Zürich, Switzerland | Mimidoo Achakpa, Women’s Right to Education Programme, Nigeria | Christelle Rigual, The Graduate Institute Geneva, Switzerland | Sumedha Jayakody, International Centre for Ethnic Studies, Sri Lanka | Sandra Penic, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
FILMMAKERS: Jeanine Reutemann and Tim Reutemann, Redmorpheus GmbH, Switzerland
ENABLERS: Remko Berkhout, companions, Austria | Claudia Zingerli, Swiss National Science Foundation, Switzerland
Languages: English, Spanish, Acehnese
Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, German
This official trailer and the full version of the research documentary emerge from an r4d synthesis process among the three r4d projects Ethnic Power Relations, Gender Dimensions of Social Conflict, Fostering Pluralistic Memories, financed by the r4d programme (http://www.r4d.ch).
Premieres of research documentary during Geneva Peace Week, Participatory filmmaking on SDG16+: The making of a research documentary, Building peaceful, just and inclusive societies: Perspectives from the global South, Gendered Peace in Context