One World in Brussels 2012
6th International Human Rights Film Festival takes place from 14 to 25 May 2012.
The One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, organized by People in Need in collaboration with the Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the EU, the Czech Centre, the Human Rights and Democracy Network, the Bozar Centre for Fine Arts, the Goethe Institute and the European Parliament invite you to:
6th International Human Rights Film Festival
ONE WORLD BRUSSELS
14 – 23 May 2012
Held under the auspices of Martin Schulz, the President of the European Parliament, and Ambassador Milena Vicenová, Permanent Representative of the Czech Republic to the European Union.
In partnership with Movies that Matter (Haag), Festival des Libertés (Brussels) and UNRIC Brussels.
- Festival programme and ticket reservation
- Festival programme for download (pdf, 4 MB)
- Posters for download: 1 | 2
- Previous years
- One World on the web: main website | Facebook | YouTube
One World Brussels will offer a chance to see some of the best documentary films from this year's 14th edition of One World Prague. The 18 films in the program focus on various human rights and social issues in countries around the globe.
The organizers of the One World film festival would like to extend a special thanks to Mr. Jerzy Buzek, who generously provided the festival with the auspices of the European Parliament in his capacity as its President in previous years.
ONE WORLD BRUSSELS 2012 JURY
The One World Brussels Jury is responsible with the selecting the winning films from the 9 documentaries that are in competition.
- Victoria Pirker, Human Rights Without Frontiers
- David Nichols, Amnesty International
- Yin Myo , Women's Rights Activist from Burma
ABOUT PEOPLE IN NEED
People in Need is a Czech non-profit, non-governmental organization that provides relief aid and development assistance, while working to defend human rights and democratic freedom. At home, People in Need administers social integration programs in the Czech Republic and Slovakia and provides informative and educational activities. PIN is one of the largest organizations of its kind in post-communist Europe, and has administered projects in more then 40 countries over the past twenty years.
What is PIN today began in 1992 when dissidents and leaders of the Czechoslovak Velvet Revolution teamed with conflict journalists to form the Epicentrum Foundation, renamed People in Need and partnered with Czech Public Service Television 1994. From its beginnings, PIN has aimed to provide relief aid, development assistance and human rights support in some of the most challenging environments in the world, while raising the public’s level of awareness of the countries in which PIN works. Over twenty years, PIN has developed many public awareness campaigns aimed at providing independent and unbiased information for journalists, opinion makers and the general public. Through campaigns, information projects and media supplements PIN believes it is possible to support an informed and empowered civil society both at home and abroad.
Take a stroll through the history of People in Need and see what we have achieved in last 20 years.