What could be better than the theme of the 'Voice' to open up a discussion? After some films, you will be invited to reflect on them, analyse them with the help of our guest speakers, compare the French and Swedish realities, share your points of view, questions and feelings. The discussions will be held in English in order to be more inclusive of our participants
By Claudine Bories and Patrice Chagnard
Saturday November 24, 15:15
Does everyone have a place in the labour market? The rules of the game will be the occasion to compare the support for professional integration provided to marginalised populations both in France and in Sweden, and to discuss the importance of speech as a defining social characteristic.
By Nicolas Silhol
Saturday November 24, 18:00
Are we protected against management by fear ? Corporate will be commented by a former French lawyer and Einar Del Frate, PhD student in Labour law at Uppsala University. Einar is writing his thesis on the regulation of economics dismissals in Italy and Sweden.
By René Laloux
Sunday November 25, 13:00
How do we interpret Fantastic planet ? This 1973 classic of counter-culture freely inspired by the novel Oms en serie by Stefan Wul will give space for a discussion with Véronique Simon, Senior lecturer at Uppsala University, about the choices made by Topor and Laloux for the adaptation and also on the network of meanings of this classic of social science fiction."
By Etienne Chaillou and Mathias Thery
Sunday November 25, 15:15
Political radicalism, how should we talk about it? The recent same-sex legislation in France was met with violent reactions and mass-protests. Per-Erik Nilsson, senior researcher at Uppsala University, will try to provide us with some clues to understand the recent radicalization of the political speech in our democracies.
By Olivier Babinet
Sunday November 25, 17:45
Who takes responsability for integration? The ambitions of the child heroes of Swagger will set the stage for a discussion with ESMeralda, whose mission is to promote diversity in the universities and high schools.