Conferences + Presentations - selection


    


2020 // The Syria Campaign Webinar   The search for Syria’s 100,000 deatined

2020 //  Bird’s Eye View
Film Feels Connected: Ayouni Talk with Yasmin Fedda & Waed Al- Kateab 

2020 // Council for Arab-British Understanding Giving Voice to Syria’s disappeared
 
2020 // Resistance and Activism - A symposium on Media & the Middle East, University of East Anglia
Director Yasmin Fedda in Conversation with Professor Eylem Atakav: An illustrated talk on filmpractice as research, activism and forced disappearance in Syria through Yasmin Fedda's new creative documentary film.

2016 // Sciences sociales et conflit (s) en Syrie: enjeux épistémologiques, méthodologiques et éthiques, EHSS Paris
Presentation: The Disappeared: a practice based study on enforced disappearances and the destruction of places in Syria

2016 // ITAC3 Conference (International Teaching Artists Conference), Edinburgh
Presentation: What can the world learn from radical aopproaches to socially engaged art-making?

2016// Migration Lab, at Design Museum London (coordinated by Counterpoints Arts)
Panellist discussing film and migration in Syrian context.

2016// Migration Lab, at Design Museum London (coordinated by Counterpoints Arts)
Panellist discussing film and migration in Syrian context.

2016 // F:ACT CONFERENCE at CPH Dox, Copenhagen (coordinated by International Media Support) Presentation: Stories from Aleppo and mobile phone filmmaking.

2015 // Platforma Conference, De Montfort University, Leicester
Workshop leader & presentation: Syria on the Road: Stories of Conflict, Migration and Place.

2015// Dis/placed, with Counterpoints Arts, London
Learning Lab - Queens of Syria: Capturing the Healing Process of Interactive Theatre in the ‘Trojan Women’ Project.

2014// Image – Movement – Story Symposium, Roehampton University
Conference paper: A Tale of Two Syrias: Practice-based research.

2013// The Arts of Peacebuilding, Edinburgh University
Conference paper: Camera Pax- exploring film and peace-building in Syria