Students and young people have had to directly endure the situation for more than a year. At best, they are the silent victims of the health crisis caused by Covid-19, at worst they are the irresponsible spreaders of the virus. In order to build a better future, l’Urgence du partage proposes to listen to students explain their perception of the year that has gone by, how it has changed, or not, their view of themselves and our future, and what questions seem vital for them to take on tomorrow.
Students studying medicine, arts and sciences will discuss with professionals who have responsibilities in culture, health, sciences and the environment. They will share their experiences and debate the faults and inequalities the pandemic has revealed.
The programme features four periods of exchange organised on 24 and 25 June. They can be followed at Espace Cardin, in Paris, in person for those who can reserve their seat, directly on the Institut français social media, or as replay.
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The Institut français is a partner of L'Urgence du partage, two days of encounters organised by Télérama and le Théâtre de la Ville.
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