Short films screening: Indigenous Children’s rights

World Children’s Day is celebrated every year on November 20 to promote children’s rights and welfare, and empower young people worldwide to use their voice.

Together with Wapikoni Mobile, Indigenous children will be front and center through a variety of short films and discussions on the themes of cultural identity, active participation of children within their communities, and the empowerment of Indigenous peoples.

The films and discussions will be followed by a cocktail party. It will be an occasion for participants to exchange with experts on the challenges faced by children from here and abroad, and in particular, on the issues affecting Indigenous children.

The International Bureau for Children’s Rights is happy to invite you to this evening of short films, which will surely be rich in emotion and exchange.

Additional information:

• Screening, discussions, information booths, free food and refreshment
• Doors open at 5:30 PM
• Free entrance, limited space

** Suggested contribution: 15$

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