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Balkan Trafik of Cultures

 

28 APRIL > 1 MAY 2022!

music & dance • exhibitions • debates • street art • food •
and much more!

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Highlights

A revolution for 2022 edition

OPEN AIR in Brussels and first time in Namur! The 16th edition of the festival will take place between 28th April and 1st May 2022.

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Film

Balkan Trafik Aftermovie 2021

To enjoy the festival a bit longer :-) Balkan Trafik 2021 was more than some concerts: exhibition, street art mural, debates and a documentary!

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street art

Fourth mural in Brussels by mural artist ojoMAGico

Balkan Trafik 4th mural made in collaboration with the Ville de Bruxelles as part of its PARCOURS Street Art!

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Spotlight

music and dance

Balkan Trafik at Le Delta

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Balkan newsfeed

Euronews

Eleven migrants die off coast of Algeria while trying to reach Europe

Five other migrants, including two children, were reportedly rescued from the stricken vessel.

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Euronews

Grenoble allows women to wear burkinis in public pools despite political opposition

Under the new rules, male and female swimmers will be allowed to appear topless or in full-body costumes for sun protection or religious beliefs.

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Euronews

Greek helicopter pilot given life sentence for murdering British wife

The case prompted widespread outrage in Greece after the man claimed that his wife had died during a burglary.

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Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Transeuropa

Bulgaria: the media, law, and freedom of information

In Bulgaria, media freedom has traditionally been restricted by grey areas, and journalists often come under severe pressure. This interview with Nelly Ognyanova, a leading Bulgarian expert on media law, discusses the legislative factors that define the working framework of journalism in the country

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Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Transeuropa

European cloud services: Big Tech’s profits grow thanks to public sector contracts

The giants of Silicon Valley are taking in 70% of the profits generated by cloud computing in Europe. Despite the problems thrown up by GDPR, some of this money continues to flow through beefy public contracts

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Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Transeuropa

Femicides in Turkey: a film honours Bergen, the "Woman of Sorrow"

As violence against women continues to rise in Turkey and the government targets activist organisations seeking to prevent femicide, a blockbuster film about a slain 1980s singer is forcing the country to grapple with its past and present abuse of women’s rights

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Since the beginning of the festival the idea is to bring communities together, we want to exceed prejudices by showing what brings us all together, culture & art.