(De)occupation of the brain

Focus question : Our land – our bourders – our infinity

For 7 years, Crimea, parts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions have been under occupation, cut off from the rest of the Ukrainian territories not only by the so-called demarcation line but also culturally and mentally. As part of this discussion, we will talk about how to counter propaganda and combat stereotypes and prejudices on both sides of the line, because the IPSO works not only on the occupied (where they are intimidated by "Bandera", crucified boys, "caratelli" and "Right Sector"). "), But also in the controlled territories (where the "Donetsk" many a priori and in general are considering traitors and collaborators, and Donbass - a less valuable land of gopniks and heaps). We will discuss why information policy does not work and which tools would be more effective. Solomon Asha and Donbass experiment: how to free people from the trap of conformism? Historical myths and the crisis of self-identification of the residents of the occupied territories. What will be our coexistence after the victory? What is the cultural policy regarding the occupied territories? And what should it be like after the deoccupation of Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk regions? Texts that debunk myths and texts that unite.