10.00 Walk in + registration
10.30 Start program
10.40 Palestine & Israel tête a tête
11.30 4 Masterclasses
14.00 4 Masterclasses
16.00 Harvesting the results and reactions of the day
16.20 Vasanthi Hariprakash - Why am I your host today?
16.30 Simon Hodges - On the importance of storytelling of communicating impact
17.15 The end, drinks + bites
Choose between nine Masterclasses, straight from the practice.
In the masterclasses several projects of E-Motive act as cases. We gathered participants from our projects from all corners of the world to be in Brussels today.
There are three main themes running through our masterclasses, they all answer a different question:
Why does E-Motive work? Take a journey down experience lane
How does E-Motive work and where can solutions be found?
What actually works really well in the E-Motive program?
Let’s connect theory and practice and enjoy interaction!
Speakers and moderator
Vasanthi anchors social documentaries, moderates panel discussions, trains people & institutions on how to make sense of the media, and has even modeled for a saree brand, but if we had to sum it all up, we could say Vasanthi Hariprakash is a TJ, RJ & Emcee. That’s a television journalist, radio jockey and master of ceremonies at events.
Keynote Simon Hodges - Telling stories for impact: emotionalising information
Do you have difficulties to quantify the impact of your program? What kind of reporting is needed, and what kind of eyes do we need to tell a story? Simon Hodges from Words That Change leads you through the world of possibilities in storytelling. Learn all about using storytelling as a tool to show impact and emotionalise information.
Palestine, Israel & Dutch tête à tête
Formaat (The Netherlands) and Combatants for Peace (Israel /Palestine) show the power of theatre in overcoming conflict. Combatants for Peace uses theatre at the borders of Israel and Palestine. Formaat has learned and applied these techniques to in Rotterdam. What did they learn from working together? And what can you learn from their experiences?