Les élections législatives algériennes se dérouleront le 12 juin prochain. Pourtant, depuis février 2019, le mouvement de protestation Hirak réclame des réformes et un changement démocratique dans le pays. Tout en dressant un portrait de la situation, le chercheur et professeur Miloud Chennoufi, et les journalistes algériens Khaled Drareni et Houssam Eddine Beggas parleront de l'impact de ce mouvement en Algérie, des défis auxquels il est confronté, du rôle des médias dans la couverture du Hirak et de la liberté de la presse en Algérie.

With Algeria headed toward Parliamentary elections June 12, this panel discussion will examine the current state of affairs with the “Hirak" protest movement, which has been demanding reforms and democratic change in the country since February 2019. Algerian journalists Khaled Drareni and Houssam Eddine Beggas, as well as professor Miloud Chennoufi, will speak about the impact of the Hirak in Algeria, the challenges faced by the movement two and a half years later, the role of the media in covering the "Hirak" and freedom of the press in Algeria.

*** Cette conférence sera en français et en anglais

Animation : Marie Lamensch, chercheure au Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies,  Concordia University, et membre de l'Observatoire de géopolitique, UQAM

Avec :

Houssam Eddine Beggas, journaliste et chercheur algérien

Miloud Chennoufi, professeur au Collège des Forces canadiennes de Toronto, spécialiste des relations internationales et de la politique du Moyen-Orient

Khaled Drareni, journaliste, fondateur du Casbah Tribune et correspondant à TV5 Monde

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