May 31, 2017 Current Events 0 Comments


The Human Rights Watch Film Festival  runs June 9th-18th at the IFC Theater and Lincoln Center in New York City, shining a light on the importance of disability rights.

From the rights of a young Palestinian boy confined to an Israeli hospital, to a group of adults with Down syndrome in Chile being denied the freedoms most of us take for granted – the Human Rights Watch Film Festival “presents stories that highlight the importance of disability rights.”

Photo: The Grown-Ups. Screening Info:

June 14, 2017
Screening followed by discussion with filmmaker Maite Alberdi via Skype and Emina Cerimovic, researcher, Disability Rights division, Human Rights Watch

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