new-ihro

IS PRESENTING

“A SYRIAN LOVE STORY” a Human Rights FILM

AS A COLLABORATIVE PARTNER

At

4:00 pm to be followed by a short debate on migrants and refugees

December 11, 2016 on Sunday

During

16th National human Rights Conference 2016

International Human Rights Observer (IHRO) and the United Nations Information Centre presenting “A SYRIAN LOVE STORY” A human Rights Film on International day of Human Rights 2016 as collaborative partners.

UNIC INFORMATION ABOUT SERIES OF HUMAN RIGHTS FILM ON HUMAN RIGHTS DAY 2016

Building on the success of the 2015 experience, the second edition of the film festival Human Rights through Cinematography will take place 15 November – 10 December 2016. The positive response the film festival received last year, encouraged us to increase the number of movies and of locations: twenty three movies and documentaries will be screened in Gujrat, Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar and Quetta. The themes featured include migration, democracy, forced marriages, domestic violence, and freedom of press, honor killings, decent work and women’s empowerment among others. The number of partners has also increased: in addition to the European Union, the Swiss Confederation and the International Film Festival of Human Rights (FIFDH), this year the Embassy of Argentina and the High Commissions of Australia and Canada have joined the organizing committee of the festival. Debates with specialists will follow the screenings while several movie directors will be available for Q&A sessions either in presence or via video link.

The full program is available at: http://bit.ly/2g7ZXlL