Path to Dignity screenings held in Australia, Canada, USA

Path to Dignity screening in SydneyOver the past few months, we have been very pleased to bring A Path to Dignity to audiences across the globe. Here is a snapshot of our activities:

- We were honoured that the film was selected to be shown at the March 21st Human Rights Film Festival in Winnipeg.

- HREA co-organised a lunch screening and discussion of the film at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

- The Australian Human Rights Commission organised a screening and panel discussion including Mmaskepe Sejoe, whose work with the Victoria Police is featured in the film. More than 100 people attended.

- Just last week, HREA’s Kathryn Vandever spoke at a screening of A Path to Dignity at the monthly meeting of Amnesty International Local Group 15 in Concord, Massachusetts, and SGI Canada’s community centre in Calgary organised two screenings at their Open House.

Since its launch last September, A Path to Dignity has been screened at three human rights film festivals and at numerous conferences and trainings around the world.

We will continue to bring the film to more audiences and communities in the coming months. Please contact us if you are interested in organising a screening in your area.

Thank you to all of our partners for making these events possible!

(Image courtesy of Annie Pettitt/Australian Human Rights Commission)