• Year: 2017
  • Duration: 5 minutes
  • Country: Indonesia
  • Language: Indonesian
  • Subtitle: English

Film Director(s)

Diego Batara Mahameru (Indonesia)

Film Synopsis:

This film follows a young unnamed Muslim boy through one protest in a long series of demonstrations by Muslim hardliners against the former governor of Jakarta, in the capital city of Indonesia. At the protest, the boy witnesses the reality of Indonesia’s current political turmoil, which has revealed that racial and religious discrimination are alive and growing in Indonesia today.


Freedom Talk: Mending the gaps in our education system

What can education do to Mend the Gap?

In an increasingly segmented and divided world (faced with neverending wars, religious and racial conflicts and discrimination of minorities), is our education system, equipping and preparing the young to be inclusive, respectful of diversity, be well informed in order to co-exist peacefully?

What have been some of the successful efforts that have been implemented and what are the lessons learned?


Film Screening

Date: 5 October 2018
Time: 2.30 pm - 4.00 pm
Session: 24

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