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On December 10 Human Rights House Tbilisi Presents Documentary Films on Human Rights

09.12.2010
On December 10, Friday, at 1:00 pm and 5:00 pm the Human Rights House Tbilisi, the Human Rights Center (HRIDC) and Georgian Centre for the Psycho-Social Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT) are glad to invite you to the screening of the documentary films about human rights and to the subsequent discussions.

The main purpose of Human Rights Week is to help popularize and bring increased recognition to International Human Rights Day. It also aims to raise the awareness of the Georgian students attending to the important issues facing them in the many fields of human rights. 

1:00 pm – Books not Bars

The Film is about juvenile offenders in the USA (moderators: psychiatrists from the GCRT Anka Zhghenti and Anano Javakhishvili).

5:00 pm – War Don Don

The documentary film – War Don Don - demonstrates the dilemma of international justice with regard to the cases of individuals and countries (moderator: executive director of the Human Rights Center – Ucha Nanuashvili)

Add: Niko Nikoladze Str. 7. Floor 1
Human Rights House Tbilisi  

For additional information please contact:
Nino Gvedashvili, gvedashvili@gmail.com +995 32 935227; +995 98 178417
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