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HUMAN RIGHTS FESTIVAL
OF MILAN
Third edition

THU, 22 MAR 2018

Film, documentaries and debates to discuss and reflect on the changes our planet is undergoing. One for all, not just few.

Entrance
Free
When
From 9.30 AM
Where
Palazzo della Triennale
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One. For all. Not just few. (Una. Per tutti. Non per pochi.) Films, documentaries and forums on denied and (re)conquered rights; on their abuse and the battles fought to eliminate their misuse. Stories of reporting and hope, with international witnesses and guests.

Edu Morning program dedicated to high-school students, active protagonists of the Festival.
Doc Screening of award nominated documentaries, selected by Sole Luna Doc Film Festival
Talk Debates, lessons, and testimonies.
Film International movies on topics related to the Festival
Photo Documentary photography explained by its creators
Exhibitions “Crepe” by Andrea Kunkl & “Le bambine salvate” by Stefano Stranges (“Rescued girls”)

Thursday 22.03 | World Water Day

EDU
Teatro dell’Arte and Salone d’Onore – 9.30 AM 
Water: a good for all, not just for few. Don’t waste it, don’t poison it.  
Water is not only a precious good, it is, above all, a right trampled by those who grab it, poison it and waste it. Much is on us: there is a way to consume less plastic, to save water and to defend our rights.
With 
Mascha Stroobant, researcher and science communicator
Emilio Molinari, World Water Contract
Good practice: Federico di Penta (Marevivo)
Photo: With bare hands by Tomaso Clavarino
Documentary: A plastic ocean by Craig Leeson (NL 2017, 102’)

DOC
Teatro dell’Arte
5 PM The weather forecast by Ivan Tverdovsky (RU 2016, 45’)
5.50 PM Chasing houses by Justin Time (DE/US 2017, 56’)

TALK
Salone d’Onore – 6 PM 
Water: a right promised to all, available to few.
In spite of all the pleas of these years, water is still a precious good grabbed by few and used as spoils of war by many. Can water be regulated? Three points of view on this topic.
With
Livia Pomodoro, Chair of Milan Center For Food Law And Policy
Emanuele Bompan, environmental journalist and geographer
Marirosa Iannelli, researcher of climate change and water grabbing
moderator: Azzurra Meringolo, Rai journalist

PHOTO
Salone d’Onore – 7.30 PM 
In collaboration with Emergency
Crepe
by Andrea Kunkl

FILM 
Teatro dell’Arte – 8.30 PM 
Greetings from Fukushima by Doris Dörrie (DE 2016, 104’) | Italian premiere

Information
Programs may vary
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Credits


Organized by
Reset-Diritti Umani

With the support of
Alto Commissariato delle Nazioni Unite per i Rifugiati (UNHCR), Ministero dell'Ambiente e della Tutela del Territorio e del Mare, Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale, Città Metropolitana di Milano, Comune di Milano, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, Amnesty International Italia, Legambiente, Ordine degli Avvocati di Milano, Ordine Provinciale dei Medici Chirurghi e degli Odontoiatri di Milano. 

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