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09.01.2024 17:30

Korjaamo kino

Töölönkatu 51 B, Helsinki

Invite you to the premiere of the film "Courage" at "Korjaamo Kino", play starts at 18.00, doors open at 17.30.

Please note that, the screening is free and seating is limited to 120.

”Courage” is a documentary about the situation of the 2020 presidential election and the protests that followed in Belarus. The film is in Belarusian and Russian with subtitles in English.


"Valko-Venäjä - Vaiettu historia" 

Toni Stenström Book presentation

20.12.2023 17:00

Slavica Library of the University of Helsinki

Yliopistonkatu 1, Helsinki

"Valko-Venäjä - vaiettu historia" is the first chronologically progressive work in Finnish on the past and recent history of Belarus. Stenström is a scholar of Russia and Eastern Europe by training and has lived and worked in Russia, Ukraine and Poland.
During the launch event, we will review the historical development of Belarus from the Middle Ages to the present day, with a special focus on the historical relations between Finland and Belarus. We will look at the current situation in the country in the shadow of the war in Ukraine and consider scenarios for the future. Stenström will also share her personal experiences of travelling and studying in Belarus.


Image: Toni Stenström

"Christmas party"

16.12.2023 17:00

Otaniemen lukio

Tietotie 6, Espoo

We invite you to celebrate Christmas together. Bring your friends, a good mood and something to share.


"Dialogues of August"

01.12.2023 18:00

Sellon kirjasto

Viaporintori, 02600 Espoo

Those who care about Belarus. Who wants to know the truth about the events at the protests and why democracy is needed in Belarus. Since 2020, Belarusians want change and a change of power in the country, but the machine of repression, persecution, and violence continues. Today, there are more than 1,500 political prisoners behind bars, and we do not know who of them will survive.

The plot of the play is simple and touching. The story of an ordinary married couple with two small children who did not freely become participants in the first days of events on August 9. When caring and brave people stood up against violence and without borders in the country.
This is a play about Belarusians and their choices, the desire for justice with faith in the future.

Image: Uladzimir Ushakou

NEUVOSTOIHMISEN theatrical performance

Based on the book The End of the Soviet Man by Belarusian Nobel Prize-winning author Svetlana Alekseyevich, the play tells the story of 87-year-old Vasily Petrovich N. The Soviet Union has collapsed and communism is laughed at, but Vasili Petrovich still believes in the idea. He is a loyal cadre of the party.

The show is produced by HELSINKI 00980 and sadsongskomplex:fi. The production is part of the World on Stage project supported by the Finnish Cultural Foundation.

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