Event Date(s): 21/10/2010
Location: LRC Auditorium
The University of the West Indies Students Today Alumni Tomorrow (UWISTAT), in collaboration with the United Nations Information Centre (UNIC), will host a Human Rights Film Seminar on Thursday 21st October, 2010, at 5 pm at LRC Auditorium.
This programme is aimed at inspiring and encouraging UWI students to view the world from the perspective of a global citizen and future leader by engaging students, through film, on issues relating to human rights.
The seminar will feature art displays, films, and a panel discussion featuring prominent human rights activists and international relations professionals, including Dr. Johann Geiser, Former UNDP Head of Trinidad and Tobago; Ms. Amanda Laurence, United Nations Information Officer; and Mr. Dayne Marc Chin Slick, Co-Founder United Nations Youth Association of Trinidad and Tobago (UNYATT) and UWISTAT Ambassador.
The films shown at the seminar include Cuba Waiting for a Revolution and Beach of Death, as well as several other short films. There will also be performances by UWeSPEAK and personal testimonials given.
To find out more and confirm attendance please visit the event's facebook page, or contact Ms. Amanda Francis at 620-9060 or Mr. Sean Greaves at 791-5689.
Open to: | General Public | Staff | Student | Alumni |
Ms. Amanda Francis