Panel Discussion: Multi Media Makers

 

September 4, 2021, 11:00 - 12:30

Leiden University, Lipsius Building

€3,50

Multi Media Makers | MEDIA

Panel discussion with Massih Hutak, Youssra Oulad Messaoud, Yeliz Çiçek, moderated by Süheyla Yalçın.

This event will observe new trends in the Dutch Media landscape through the work of three young Multi Media Makers. The panel will touch upon female self-made professionals, journalism in gen Z, institutions vs. grassroots organisations, Gentrification, music and social justice. Not only will the speakers dive into the processes occurring "behind the scenes" of the media we consume, but also discuss the responsibility connected to the narratives that are being promoted.

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Yeliz Çiçek

Panelist

Editor-in-chief of Linda.meiden.

Youssra Oulad Messaoud

Panelist

Freelance journalist, writer, podcast maker, editor, host, presenter and board member at Vers In de Pers, the youth branch of the NVJ.

Süheyla Yalçın

Moderator & Curator

Suheyla Yalcin is Producer and Editor-in-Chief at production house Fufu en Dadels and involved as a program maker at Parktheater Eindhoven and Pakhuis de Zwijger, among others. As a writer, she provides columns to off- and online media channels such as ‘LINDA girls’ and ‘OneWorld’. She also works as an impact coordinator at the International Literature Festival Utrecht. Yalcin also founded the cross-media platform NederTürk, a collection and archive of oral history at the crossroads of Dutch and Turkish identity. She is currently working on her first film plan at Generation Inclusion.

Massih Hutak

Panelist

Massih Hutak (29) is a musician and writer from the North of Amsterdam. As a part of the resident’s organization Verdedig Noord he is researching and practising new rules for local democracy. Verdedig Noord fights for cities of solidarity and against gentrification. He also wrote Jij Hebt Ons Niet Ontdekt, Wij Waren Hier Altijd Al. And is currently working on his music album Welkom in de Noordside.

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