Radio & Web Marathon for the World Refugee Day
WORLD REFUGEE DAY 2020- EVERY ACTION COUNTSWorld Refugee Day 2020
Soundroutes project: A special radio and web streaming marathon with refugee artists from four different countries in Europe
The COVID-19 pandemic and the recent anti-racism protests have shown us how desperately we need to fight for a more inclusive and equal world: a world where no one is left behind. It has never been clearer that all of us have a role to play in order to bring about change. Everyone can make a difference. According to the latest UN statistics, every minute 20 people leave everything behind to escape war, persecution or terror.
Soundroutes is a project, financed by the Creative Europe program, aimed at supporting refugees and migrants musicians in Europe promoted by Marmaduke (ES), De Koer (B), AMARC Europe (B), Chios Music Festival (H), Bologna Jazz Festival (IT) . After a period of forced break due to the pandemic, Soundroutes project will start again its activities the 20th of June, World Refugees Day, with a 7 hours Radio and and live streaming marathon with artists performing from Italy, Spain, Belgium and Greece.During the day messages from Ceuta and Lesbos refugee camps will be shared.
We celebrate this day dedicating this event to all the people on the move, to all the solidarity workers and activists, to the people in the street reclaiming a world free of racism. We also want to show, with this event, our deepest solidarity with all the artists and cultural operators that in this challenging moment keep building bridges with culture.
European chapter of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters,
AMARC, will promote the event among its radio members worldwide in order to
raise the volume against discriminations.
The radio and web streaming marathon will start at 15h30 Central European Time. Among the performers, Osama Abdulrasol and François Taillefer (from Belgium), Reda Zine/Danilo Mineo (from Italy), One Pac & Fellows (from Spain), the Soundroutes Band in Belgium, Naser Haj Walo (from Italy) and Who Dat (from Belgium)
The full program schedule :
|Location||Duration||Start time||end time||stream or ch.||Artists|
|Pre recorded clips and jingles||30′||15h30||16h00||pre rec|
|Ghent, BE||50′||16h00||16h50||Livestream||Osama Abdulrasol and François Taillefer|
|Pre recorded clips and jingles||10′||16h50||17h00||pre rec|
|Bologna, IT||50′||17:00||17:50||Livestream||Reda Zine/Danilo Mineo|
|Pre recorded clips and jingles||10′||17h50||18h00||pre rec|
|Sevilla, ES||40′||18h00||18h40||Livestream||One Pac & Fellows + Guests|
|Pre recorded clips and jingles||20′||18h40||19h00||pre rec|
|Ghent, BE||40′||19h00||19h40||Livestream||Soundroutes Band BE|
|Pre recorded clips and jingles||20′||19h40||20h00||pre rec|
|Bologna, IT||50′||20:00||20:50||Livestream||Naser Haj Walo|
|Pre recorded clips and jingles||10′||20h50||21h00||pre rec|
|Ghent, BE||60”||21h00||22h00||Livestream||Who Dat|
EVERY ACTION COUNTS
For more informations: Caterina Amicucci, project manager firstname.lastname@example.org
on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/soundroutes