Santiago Rising - Film Screening with Wine & Nibbles (Community Fund Event)


Apr 27, 2022 5:00 PM — 9:00 PM
Senate House - Tyndall Avenue, University of Bristol

A PGR Community Fund Event

Santiago Rising, directed by Nick MacWilliam, portrays the social revolt that took place in the Chilean capital in 2019 and which led to a change in the political scene and, in particular, the beginning of a process of replacement of the Pinochet’s authoritarian constitution.

Throughout thrilling footage of protests, artistic demonstrations and interviews, the film addresses the peoples’ demands that questioned the neoliberal model and its effects on the population.

See the Trailer

After the film, there will be a Q&A with:

  • Francisco Palma, Lecturer in Social Policy UoB and expert in politics, citizen participation and neoliberal governance
  • Oscar Berglund, Lecturer in International Public and Social Policy UoB and expert in social movements, civil disobedience, contestation, and neoliberalisation
  • and Victoria Rivera Ugarte as chair of the panel.

At the end of the activity, we invite you to continue the conversation and enjoy some nibbles, drinks and refreshments that we will offer to the participants.

Participation at the event is free of charge, but registration is compulsory. Book your place HERE

Lenka Hasova
Lenka Hasova
Human Geography PhD student

My dissertation looks at the use of Spatial Interaction Models and their spatial structure. I love coding in Python and R, and in a spare time, I make my own clothes.

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