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Human Rights Film Festival at Georgetown Law Center in DC, 2/1


Event Date:

February 1, 2010 | 6:00 PM EST TO 8:00 PM EST
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The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting Presents:

Human Rights in Crisis

A selection of Pulitzer Center-sponsored works

February 1, 2010

6-8 PM

Hart Auditorium-Georgetown University Law Center

600 New Jersey Avenue, NW

Reception to follow screening and Q&A, with journalists

Welcome by Ann Peters (GULC, 94), Pulitzer Center


• "Afghanistan Disabled," Don Duncan andJessica Wanke cover the cultural impact ofwidespread disability in Afghanistan.

• "Haiti's Restaveks," Carmen Russell andDane Liu's report on the child slaves whocomprise 10% of Haiti's youth population.

• "Jerusalem: War in My Land" by Arturo Perez, Jr., winner of theProject Report contest, a partnership between the Pulitzer Center and YouTube.

• A selection of videos from William Wheeler andAnna-Katarina Gravgaard explores local efforts toalleviate South Asia's water crisis.

• "Violence and Venom," Micah Fink, GabrielleWeiss and Lisa Biagiotti investigate the impactof homophobia and stigma on HIV/AIDS in Jamaica.

• "Troubles in the Congo," Kira Kay and JasonMaloney's report on ongoing instability in theCongo's Kivu province, sponsored and produced by the Bureau for International Reporting.

Co-sponsored by Georgetown University Law Center's Amnesty International Human Rights Film Festival Committee


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Gender Equality

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Children and Youth

Children and Youth