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Dutch Studies Day on 1 October in Cape Town

Dutch Studies Day on 1 October in Cape Town

STUDIO SASNEV in collaboration with the Kaapse Forum Neerlandistiek (KFN) supported by the Taalunie, the
Diplomatic Representation of Flanders in South Africa, the Consulate-General of Belgium in Cape Town, and the
Dutch Embassy in Pretoria invites you to “Neerlandistiekdag” and this year’s opening of the Celebration of the Dutch
Language.
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De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver’s-werf is a project that aims to create a community of writers, poets and theatre-makers who are connected by the Dutch language commonality. This language commonality allows for participants to comprise individuals from a vast range of countries and regions. These countries and regions include but are not limited to the Netherlands, Flanders, Suriname, Aruba, Curaçao, Saint Martin, South Africa, and Namibia.
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De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver’s-werf is a project that aims to create a community of writers, poets and theatre-makers who are connected by the Dutch language commonality. This language commonality allows for participants to comprise individuals from a vast range of countries and regions. These countries and regions include but are not limited to the Netherlands, Flanders, Suriname, Aruba, Curaçao, Saint Martin, South Africa, and Namibia.
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De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver’s-werf is a project that aims to create a community of writers, poets and theatre-makers who are connected by the Dutch language commonality. This language commonality allows for participants to comprise individuals from a vast range of countries and regions. These countries and regions include but are not limited to the Netherlands, Flanders, Suriname, Aruba, Curaçao, Saint Martin, South Africa, and Namibia.
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De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver’s-werf is a project that aims to create a community of writers, poets and theatre-makers who are connected by the Dutch language commonality. This language commonality allows for participants to comprise individuals from a vast range of countries and regions. These countries and regions include but are not limited to the Netherlands, Flanders, Suriname, Aruba, Curaçao, Saint Martin, South Africa, and Namibia.
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De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver’s-werf is a project that aims to create a community of writers, poets and theatre-makers who are connected by the Dutch language commonality. This language commonality allows for participants to comprise individuals from a vast range of countries and regions. These countries and regions include but are not limited to the Netherlands, Flanders, Suriname, Aruba, Curaçao, Saint Martin, South Africa, and Namibia.
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IDAHOT2020 Webinar “Queer Resilience in the time of Covid-19”
Flanders Representative - South Africa 1104

IDAHOT2020 Webinar “Queer Resilience in the time of Covid-19”

Event date: 5/19/2020 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Export event

Sunday 17 May marks the International Day against LGBT+ phobia, known as IDAHOT. It is a day on which we celebrate sexual and gender diversity. The IDAHOT 2020 theme is “Breaking the silence”, and calls on everyone to speak up, to share their stories, to raise their voices and to claim their right to be heard. Breaking the silence has become even more crucial in the current lockdown situation, as confinement to our homes and other restrictions put our physical and mental wellbeing at risk, whilst physical distancing makes our usual support networks less readily available.

The General Representation of the Government of Flanders, in cooperation with Çavaria and the Centre for Sexualities, AIDS & Gender of the University of Pretoria, organises the webinar on “Queer Resilience in the time of Covid-19”. We will unpack the ways in which these constraints affect the LGBT+ community, and want to offer organisations and individuals a framework of support, with a focus on resilience to get through this crisis.

Join the webinar live via our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/flanderssa on Tuesday 19 May at 19.00.

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