HUMAN RIGHTS FESTIVAL
SAT, 24 MAR 2018
One for all, not just few.
From 9.30 AM
Palazzo della Triennale
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”)
Salone d’Onore – 10 AM
Globalization with human face
Keynote speech by Khalid Malik, Global Sustainability Forum
Our assets: economy and human rights
The best possible investments are in safeguarding the ecosystems, in not depleting soil and water resources, and in protecting the right to a dignified and healthy work. Sustainable development and circular economy are fashionable ideas nowadays, but the time is running out to move from words to deeds.
Khalid Malik, Global Sustainability Forum
Fabrizio Petri, Interministerial Committee for Human Rights
Paolo Lembo,Former executive director of the World Green Economy Organization
Salone d’Onore – 2.30 PM
World Access to Modern Energy by Marco Garofalo and Matteo Leonardi
10 AM Frontera invisible by Nicolás Richat, Nico Muzi (BE/RA 2016, 28’)
10.30 AM La terre abandonnée by Gilles Laurent (BE 2016, 73’)
11.45 AM Small people. Big trees by Vadim Vitovtsev (RU 2016, 45’)
12.30 AM Food coop by Thomas Boothe (FR 2016, 97’)
2.10 PM La ville engloutie by Anna De Manincor (FR 2016, 66’)
3.15 PM The last nomads by Hamdi Ben Ahmed (TN 2016, 61’)
4.15 PM The weather forecast by Ivan Tverdovsky (RU 2016, 45’)
5.00 PM Chasing houses by Justin Time (DE/US 2017, 56’)
Salone d’Onore – 5.30 PM
Award ceremony and screening of the Reset-Diritti Umani award.
Salone d’Onore – 3.00 PM
On the frontline. Indigenous peoples victims of climate change and greedy business.
The most vulnerable, because the lands they live are some of the richest in natural resources and also some of the worst hit but the changing climate. But indigenous people can be a model of wisdom and resilience. Let’s not leave them alone.
Inka-Saara Arttijeff, advisor to the President of the Sámi Parliament of Finland
Nara Baré, leader of the Coordination of Indigenous Organizations of the Brazilian Amazon (COIAB)
Marina Calloni, professor at University of Milan-Bicocca
Antonella Cordone, technical specialist, Indigenous Peoples and Tribal Issues at IFAD
Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim, indigenous woman and Coordinator of the Peul Indigenous Women and Peoples Association of Chad (AFPAT)
Francesco Martone, Member of the National Committee of Un ponte per (‘A bridge for’)
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Teatro dell’Arte – 8.30 PM
Lerd (A man of integrity) by Mohammad Rasoulof (IR 2017, 120’) | Italian premiere
Programs may vary
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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.