(for the English text click here) Les Nations Unies et Time For Equality présentent NOT MY LIFE un film
“Human traffickers are earning billions of dollars on the backs and in the beds of our children and yet no one knows this is happening. We have a huge responsibility, right now, to learn the truth and act on it.” – Robert Bilheimer
Ciné Onu: 9 November at 7 pm: screening of “Cecilia” a film by Pankaj Johar, followed by an interactive panel discussion. To raise awareness of child trafficking and children’s rights.
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The mosquito buzzing in the room is so tiny, so why is it so hard to fall asleep? Perhaps it is not time to sleep. The fact that as a society we have millions of women, men, children trafficked, exploited and trapped in slavery around the world is intolerable and unacceptable.
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Follow up to our event to raise awareness of human trafficking and children’s rights: a photoreportage by Raoul Somers and points for action.
To raise awareness of human trafficking and children’s rights, the United Nations and Time for Equality present the screening of “Sold”, a film by Jeffrey D. Brown, followed by an interactive panel discussion.