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Just Peace Movie Nights: The Long Haul, part of #HumanRightsWeek
To kick off #HumanRightsWeek, Just Peace is teaming up with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Human Rights in The Picture to screen the documentary ‘The Long Haul‘, on December 5! The screening will be followed by a moderated discussion: “How can we protect Human Rights for the coming generations?”
- Bahia Tahzib-Lie Human Rights Ambassador at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Nadja Houben impact producer and director of the Human Rights in the Picture foundation
- Fenna Timsi UN Youth Representative Human Rights and Security
About The Long Haul
The Long Haul is a collaborative documentary project created by Human Rights in The Picture to honour the memory of the jurist Sir Nigel Rodley. Created by the team of Viktor Fokke and Nadja Houben, the documentary includes tens of interviews with people from across the Human Rights spectrum. It aims to defend Human Rights, inspire a new generation to their importance, foster debate; and give space to think.
The documentary will be introduced by Will Murray, Community Manager at The Hague Humanity Hub, who will also moderate the discussion afterwards. A cash bar will be open throughout the evening.
Tickets to the Just Peace Movie Night cost 5 euros for the general public, and are free for members of The Hague Humanity Hub.
Just Peace Movie Nights are movie showings with discussions held on issues pertinent to peace and justice. For more information about Just Peace, and all the goings-on around peace and justice in The Hague, check out the Just Peace website. Just Peace is powered by The Hague Humanity Hub, in collaboration with the Municipality of The Hague.