Films have the power to engage people with very deep rooted messages. And it is high time that we have more films that talk about the menace of trafficking (Pankaj Johar)
To raise awareness of child trafficking and children’s rights, the United Nations and Time For Equality present the screening of
A film by Pankaj JOHAR
(India 2015, 1h23, English subtitles)
Thursday 9 November 2017 at 19:00
Ciné Utopia – 16, Avenue de la Faiencerie, L-1510 Luxembourg
Registration starts at 18:30
Opening and closing remarks by Christophe Verhellen (UNRIC). The film will be introduced by director Pankaj Johar and followed by an interactive panel discussion moderated by Karen Wauters (Time For Equality) with :
René Schlechter, Ombudsman for the Rights of the Child; Thomas Kauffmann, executive director of ECPAT Luxembourg; Rosa Brignone, founder and president of Time For Equality.
The film sheds light on the growing menace of child labour trafficking in India through its central characters – 54 years old housekeeper Cecilia Hasda and her employers, the newly married Pankaj and Sunaina. When Cecilia’s 14 years old daughter is trafficked and found dead in Delhi, Pankaj and Sunaina decide to help her get justice. As the trio battle corruption at all levels, they find themselves navigating a complex network of cops, traffickers, judges, lawyers, villagers and family members. When Cecilia’s husband is kidnapped and her two sons are forced to leave the village, Cecilia begins to lose all hope
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An event organized by Ciné Onu and Time For Equality.