Film Festival Committee
Marianne van Eldik Thieme, SIETAR Europa Film Festival Coordinator since the congress in Sophia 2006 ...
Marianne van Eldik Thieme
Manager of the Film Festival
Marianne van Eldik Thieme, SIETAR Europa Film Festival Coordinator since the congress in Sophia 2006. I am from the Netherlands, currently living in Amsterdam and Nigtevecht. I graduated in Human Geography, worked as high school teacher and later-on also as trainer/coach for more than 35 years. Since 1986 I have been a SIETAR Europa member and I have acted as board member in SIETAR Nederland and in SIETAR Europa. Although I have been working mainly in the Netherlands, the most exciting moments to work were in Yemen where I was invited to conduct a training on Educational Television for the national and local TV crews…. great experience. the contract with the recent disaster can’t bigger. My most relaxing moments are behind the glassblowing pipe, working with the glass makes me forget about the world around me.
Head of Registration Committee
Project manager and Scrum Master in multicultural/remote IT projects in a global company. M.A. Intercultural Communication and Cooperation. Interest in academic research of multicultural, remote and agile teams in particular which are relevant/beneficial for practice.
I'm Pranav Agarwal from Amritsar, Punjab, It's a very spiritual with good street food around the city ...
Film Festival Assistant Manager
I’m Pranav Agarwal from Amritsar, Punjab, It’s a very spiritual with good street food around the city. I did my boarding (schooling) from New Era High School, Panchgani, a hill station in Maharashtra, India. There I developed my love for acting over the years for 10 years and later moved to Mumbai for my Jr. college (Commerce) and the bachelor’s degree (Arts). After spending 3 years working in the film industry and festivals, I have started doing my masters in Film Making from London Film Academy in London, where I got an opportunity to work for SIETAR Europa.
I’m fascinated by powerful learning environments and driven by the wide range of different ways of learning. That is a common theme ...
Learning is change, change is learning.
I’m fascinated by powerful learning environments and driven by the wide range of different ways of learning. That is a common theme in my way of work.
During my Japanese studies I was already working as trainer in the field of intercultural learning, training for trainers and team development. After graduation I started my professional career as a teacher for Dutch as a second language. In this environment I learned especially to work together with the group and used a lot of methods to learn by experiences. Besides that, I have a lot of relevant cross-border practical experiences through living and studying abroad.
As a facilitator I’m always trying to reach a widespread supported agreement. During a typical decision-making process I’m continuously monitoring all perspectives, ideas and opinions that live inside a group. Actively working with changes and searching for anchor points and learn from positive experiences.
Leveraging group potential in search of another view on decision making through the process of Deep Democracy.
In short, looking for solutions together.
Noureddine Erradi has worked as teacher & trainer of migrants and refugees. Worked as an advisor for the Dutch Ministry ...
Noureddine Erradi has worked as teacher & trainer of migrants and refugees. Worked as an advisor for the Dutch Ministry of Education and Integration on Social skills tests for newcomers. Noureddine Erradi has developed a concept over the Intercultural communication and competence teaching issues. Has made 5 documentaries on integration and how to get out of the box. These documentaries received 8 European Awards. Used in more than 1000 European Organizations. Noureddine Erradi is Trainers/teachers trainer. He has given many conferences on the failure of integration in Europe and the existing answers to be implemented.
Papa Balla Ndong, from Senegal, is a Human Migration Expert and holds a Masters degree in International Migration from ...
Papa Balla Ndong
Papa Balla Ndong, from Senegal, is a Human Migration Expert and holds a Masters degree in International Migration from the faculty of Psychology, University of Valencia. He has worked in Solans Lawyers Office, specializing in Foreign Law and participated in training courses in the General Council of the Spanish Judicial Power (CGPJ). Currently he performs the following charges: President of the Alternative Forum on Immigration, Coordinator of the Citizens Assembly Against Racism, Accredited Intercultural Mediator from Valencia Government, General Secretary of SOS Racisme Pais Valencia, Vice President of the Local Council of Immigration and Interculturality of the City of Valencia.