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Tune in to CBC Radio 1 Thursday, September 24th for a glimpse into the shifting nature of democracy

THURSDAY ON CBC Radio 1, Alan Neal interviews the Institute of African Studies’ Blair Rutherford, Kamari Clarke, and Andriata Chironda on his show ‘All in a Day’ at 3:15pm.

Listen in to get a sample of what to expect at One World Film Fest this Thursday night…These people will also be joining our panel on at our event on Thursday September 24th:

Documenting Democracy: An evening of Film and Discussion on Emerging Democracy
Hosted by Alan Neal (CBC Radio One – All in a Day)
Doors @ 5:30pm
6pm Welcome to the 26th One World Film Festival
6:20pm My Enemy, My Brother (Canada)
6:40pm Democrats (Denmark)
8:45pm Panel with Institute of African Studies
Join Professors Andriata Chironda, Kamari Clarke, and Blair Rutherford from Carleton University’s Institute of African Studies for a discussion on the political situation in Zimbabwe and our ever-changing understanding of democracy. Hosted by Alan Neal (CBC Radio 1 All in a Day).


Join us for the 26th annual One World Film Festival this week from September 24th to 27th.
National Gallery of Canada, 380 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, K1N 9N4

Thought-provoking documentaries on the issues impacting our community and our world.

For the full festival schedule, film descriptions, and news updates, please visit us at: www.oneworldfilmfestival.ca

Advance PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN Tickets are available here:

https://www.universe.com/users/one-world-film-festival-4S7TW