Friday 6.2.2015 4-6 pm. Finnish Museum of Photography
Charlie Hebdo – What happened in Paris?
What is the position of Charlie Hebdo among the tradition of French satire? Is the attack a demonstration of a more general European crisis related to immigrant policies, islam, and the freedom of expression?
Speakers: Anu Koivunen (professor and journalist), Kaisa Ilmonen (post-colonialism researcher), Veronika Honkasalo (politician), Johanna Rojola (comic artist) Timo “Timppa” Mäkelä (satirist), Ville Keynäs (translator) and Eija-Liisa Ahtila (visual artist). Conducted by Annamari Vänskä (docent). In cooperation with Eino Leino association and KAOS association of Finnish journalist translators. The discussion is in Finnish.
Finnish Museum of Photography, Cable Factory, Helsinki. Museum entrance fee.