The Political Party curated by Michiel Vandevelde and Maria Dogahe

Alternative Election Show


On the eve of the European, federal and regional elections, The Political Party is organizing an alternative election show to offer a stage to the opinionmakers of tomorrow: thinkers, authors, artists and citizens who currently operate primarily in the margins of mainstream debate. Nine young, progressive will explore eight themes. How will we face and tackle the challenges of today and tomorrow together?

Europe – Rachael Moore

Access to justice – Christelle Umugwaneza

Labour and precarity – Samira Atillah

Ecology – Warda El-Kaddouri

Democracy and the supra-national level – Louise Hoon

Decolonization – Harmony Benegusenga & Eric Cyuzuzo

Education – Marie Dossin

Public health – Eva Havelková

by & with The Political Party

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