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Zygmunt Bauman: Behind the world's 'crisis of humanity' - Talk to Al Jazeera
In Western Europe it has been a summer of great change and discontent. The European Union is facing major upheaval as the United Kingdom gets ready to withdraw its membership and in the process possibly jeopardising the composition of the country itself. In fact, under the surface, people across Europe seem to be on edge. As European nations deal with migration and various economic uncertaintie
The Swedish Theory of Love - Zygmunt Bauman
From the Swedish documentary The Swedish Theory of Love by Erik Gandini, where 90-year-old Polish sociologist Zygmunt Bauman explains individualism in our society.
Zygmunt Bauman: 'No one is in control. That is the major source of contemporary fear'
For Zygmunt Bauman the world is marked by a division between power and politics. While politics is defined by nations, power no longer recognises national boundaries
Zygmunt Bauman on Happiness
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A Somali in America - Al Jazeera World
"A Somali in America" documents the experience of Ali Warsame, a Somali refugee who gained residency in the United States in 2015, but is re-assessing his new life now that Donald Trump is president. While in a detention camp in Ukraine, Ali was told he'd be moving to the US through the United Nations refugee resettlement programme. Ali remembers getting the official notification on Eid Day in 20
How to Survive Death
Preview for a documentary (currently in the making) on the subject of death and the ideas of Zygmunt Bauman.
Zygmun Bauman in The Swedish theory of love
Excerpt from the film by Erik Gandini 2015.
Zygmunt Bauman: Liquid Modernity revisited
This Italian Village Was Dying … Until the Refugees Came | National Geographic
Centuries-old Italian villages were becoming ghost towns. Refugees were fleeing conflict and seeking new homes. The needs of each have come together in Camini, a 12th-century town whose population has dwindled to about 280 people—a quarter of what it once was. In hope of breathing new life into deserted neighborhoods, Camini has welcomed more than 80 refugees and immigrants from Africa and the M