Looking Forward to 2020

Thank you for participating in the 2019 Swedish Human Rights Film Festival! With your support, we united over 1,000 people – from CEOs and surfers to newly arrived asylum seekers and students – to gather, watch films, listen, discuss and interact. The broad theme was human rights, but the discussions touched on many aspects of life. When human rights are under threat, you have to think of new ways to promote them. We believe combining film with analysis from researchers and experts is a creative antidote to those who are trying to deny people their human rights. If you want to be part of the magic for 2020, get in touch today!
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A Canadian drama following two young women as they face marginalization and struggle in a patriarchal society.
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A documentary depicting humanity’s massive re-engineering of the planet.
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Documentary about the violations of international humanitarian law in Syria
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A gripping story about the fight of individuals against the asbestos industry.
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A film about two Kenyan women fall in love and are forced to choose between love and safety.
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A documentary about youth in Gaza attempting to find the meaning to life through surfing
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A drama that draws attention to the plight of children in Beirut’s slums.
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A documentary that offers a glimpse into the lives of refugees being housed in an old airport.

It offers a great opportunity to get up-to-date perspectives to today’s human rights issues that the classroom cannot provide. The best part is the possibility for further discussions with directors, experts, and the audience after every movie screening.

Zigne Edström

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