MEP Róża Gräfin von Thun und Hohenstein (EPP), MEP Angelica Mlinar (ALDE) and MEP Péter Niedermüller (S&D) cordially invite you to the screening of the award-winning documentary
by Stefan Ludwig
Wednesday 8 February 2017
at the European Parliament,
József Antall Building Room 6Q2
Rue Wiertz 60, B-1047 Brussels
The screening will be followed by a Q&A in a presence of János Orsós teacher Dr. Ambedkar School, Tibor Derdak principal Dr. Ambedkar School, Stefan Ludwig director and writer and a reception in the Member’s Salon (ASP Floor 0)
Please indicate your presence to: firstname.lastname@example.org before 2 February.
János Orsós, a teacher, and a Buddhist, is of Roma descent. Inspired by the history of the Dalits or “untouchables” in India, birthplace of both Roma culture and Buddhism, he founded a school in a small Hungarian village with the goal of enabling teenagers from the poorest Roma ghettos to attend universities. Angry Buddha documents János’ resolute battle against the difficulties he faces over three years, while simultaneously painting affectionate yet honest portraits of the Roma youth who use humor and their own vitality to survive in a world of poverty and prejudice. Full of hope and fury, János fights for a better future for his pupils, the ‘untouchables’ of Europe.