Raphaël Glucksmann is the perfect embodiment of the contemporary figure of the committed intellectual. Son of the French philosopher André Glucksmann, he wields his pen in political action in the noblest sense of the term. As evidenced by his books Génération gueule de bois and, most recently, Lettre à la génération qui va tout changer (Allary Éditions), in which he calls upon young people to take their destiny into their own hands and invest in the res publica.
Founder of the Place publique movement and an elected Member of the European Parliament in 2019, he is an essayist, director and politician at the same time. Having played a part in major humanitarian struggles, whether for the Tutsis, Chechens, Uighurs or Ukrainians, this fine connoisseur of Central Asia and China will share his commitments, his analyses and his indignation with us.
Wednesday 1 June, 20:00 → 21:30
This event has been moved to a new location: the brand-new venue reset, at a few minutes’ walk from Bozar, behind the cathedral.
Adress: 8 — 10 Rue De Ligne. Brussels