Stress to Impress
Documentary and Discussion

Stress to Impress | Documentary and Discussion

Organisation
Education & Student Affairs
Start date

Tuesday, 8 Oct 2019, 16:00

End date

Tuesday, 8 Oct 2019, 18:00

Space
Erasmus Paviljoen

The documentary 'Stress to Impress’ looks at the huge pressure to perform on young people in today’s society. With discussion and meet up afterwards.

The documentary 'Stress to Impress’ looks at the huge pressure to perform on young people in today’s society. This includes high expectations, from both themselves and others, (unhealthy) social media behaviour and the constant need to strive for perfection in every aspect of their lives.

Sanne Kooiman (23) is a documentary maker. Her documentaries focus on the world of 15 – 25-year-old students and deal with topics in an informative, recognisable and fun way.

Follow-up discussion and meet up with 'The Living Room'.
The screening will be followed by a discussion moderated by Sanne Kooiman and staff from the EUR Student Counseling department and the audience.
At the end of the program you are invited to meet up with the student initiatives joined in The Living Room.
The Living Room is a collaborative effort of student initiatives focused on improving the student wellbeing, sense of community, and health of the EUR community.

Language: The documentary is Dutch spoken with English Subtitles. The discussion will be in English.

Organisations:
Organized by Studium Generale and The Living Room.

Trailer stress to impress

More information

Date: Tuesday 8 October 2019
Time: 16.00 – 18.00 hrs
Location: Erasmus Paviljoen

Language: The documentary is Dutch spoken with English Subtitles. The discussion will be in English

Ticket information:
Entrance: Free, reservation is strongly advised

This event was inspired by World Mental Health Day 2019 on October 10th 2019 organised by Studium Generale and The Living Room.

Interested in more events of this week? Check out the calendar.