Movie & discussion evening: Friday, July 9th at 6:30 pm - in the Scheier
- Screening of the documentary "Selfish": 40 humanitarians and their loved ones speak out.
A documentary film by Stéphane Santini and Géraldine André, narrated by Lambert Wilson
Access the reality of humanitarian work through the testimonies of MSF volunteers and their families. An immersion in the heart of a striking and singular way of life.
- Discussion with Roberto Baldanza, back from his mission in Sierra Leone, where he was in charge of advocacy for MSF. Previously, Roberto worked in Haiti for MSF and for different organizations, including in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Niger, Ivory Coast, Yemen, Libya, Central African Republic, Brazil...
To attend the screening followed by the debate, send an email to email@example.com specifying the number of people wishing to attend the event. Please note that places are limited to 40 people.
Escape Game Saturday, July 10th and Sunday, July 11th at the Millen
Slip into the shoes of a humanitarian worker during an escape game: Africa 2021, an Ebola epidemic is confirmed in a small village. You are part of the MSF epidemiological surveillance team and you go on site to work with the local staff to stop the epidemic.
Time is not on your side and you must complete the mission in one hour.
Can you stop the virus before it's too late?
5 departures per day: 9am - 11am - 1pm - 3pm - 5pm
9am - 11am - 1pm - 3pm - 5pm
French or Luxembourgish
To register for the escape game, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org specifying the day (Saturday or Sunday), the time (9:00 am - 11:00 am - 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm) and the chosen language (French or Luxembourgish). Groups will be limited to 6 persons.
Photo exhibition: MSF 50 years of humanity
Photography has been part of the DNA of Médecins Sans Frontières since its creation in 1971.
During these 50 years, new and renowned photography professionals and MSF humanitarian staff have met in some of the most serious crises of this half-century.
It is from this experience and shared enthusiasm that various photo exhibitions have been created throughout our history. These exhibitions aim to inspire and educate the public through humanitarian photography.
Through these exhibitions, we want to draw attention to issues that affect the most vulnerable populations and that are relegated to the background in the news.
This exhibition addresses MSF's work through 5 main themes:
- Natural disasters
- Medical action
- People on the move
- Associative life / humanitarian commitment
The exhibition will be visible during the whole weekend.
An MSF menu at the restaurant An der Millen
Come and try a menu of solidarity specially concocted for the occasion, part of the price of which will be generously donated to MSF.