Join us for inspiring talks and discussions!
Come and be a part of this thought-provoking event where young engaging speakers will share their stories and insights. Don't miss out – mark your calendars and be sure to attend, and the best part is, it's absolutely free!
Aaron is a European Studies student and passionate activist against injustice, hailing from a Congolese background, his THUAS talk is titled "The Son of Migrants." He will delve into his personal journey, shedding light on the often overlooked challenges faced by immigrants living in the Netherlands. With the aim of fostering understanding and bridging cultural divides.
Eliot is an American Finn, studying International Law at The Hague University op Applied Sciences. His talk, ‘’Grass Roots’’, covers the dramatic and tragic reality of how the grass on the lawn of a house has been weaponized to discriminate people of color in the United States.
Somia is a third year European Studies student, who fled from Afghanistan eight years ago, and has been living in the Netherlands ever since. In her talk ”Children of War” Somia describes how the traumas of war are passed down through generations. With this story she hopes to help people understand the depth of destruction war causes.