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This November, we have the pleasure to welcome the world renowned French novelist, Jean Christophe Rufin. Historian, writer and former French Ambassador to Senegal, Rufin is also the co-founder of NGO Action Against Hunger and one of the pioneers of Doctors Without Borders. Rufin’s fiction includes the Prix Goncourt-award winning The Abyssinian (1997) and Brazil Red (2001).

Is the world Rufin imagined and helped create – ‘without borders’ – now being crushed by the forces of Realpolitik, ‘compassion fatigue’ and overwhelming hostility to the ‘other’?

He will be sharing his views with Ahmad Fuad Rahmat, co-host of the BFM radio show “Night School”.

Date: 19 November 
Time: 8p.m. 
Place: Alliance Française KL, 15 Lg Gurney, 54100 KL
FREE admission upon RSVP: https://bit.ly/2D03zkK
Facebook event: https://bit.ly/2qsq9Lx

Organised by the Embassy of France in Malaysia and Alliance Française de Kuala Lumpur.
With the support of BFM Radio – The Business Station and IDEAS
What is “French Talks”?
Welcoming French and Malaysian experts, it aims at creating a space of dialogue, and a bridge between the two countries and their cultures. This is particularly timely in this new Malaysia where people are willing to express their views