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Film screening on “Social Justice Human Rights for All”

In connection with the 20th anniversary of 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence Campaign, a colaborative film screening event under the theme- Social Justice & Human Rights for All by Cotton College, North East Network and Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Guwahati has been organised to commemorate the Campaign, on November 25 at 2:30-6:00 pm at KBR Auditorium, Cotton College, Guwahati.

Both Indian and international movies have been selected for this occasion. The aim is to raise awareness about social injustice and gender-based violence among individuals and groups.

List of films:

a. Jor Se Bol ( Hindi) - a documentary by Akshara on sexual harassment…. Campaign to stop violence against women. (27 mins)

b. Vande Mataram ( Hindi) - Produced by Amudhan R.P., this documentary focuses on manual scavenging by the dalits (6ins)

c. Reconciliation Soccer (English) - Highlighting conflict in Nagaland, this documentary is about peace building through soccer (27 mins)

d. Sirf Jhaag (Hindi) - Based in Gujrat, this documentary is about social constructs that lead to communal violence(10mins)

e. The story of the Golden River (English) - This documentary is a capture of life around the Subansiri River and the implication of the big dams on the lives and livelihood of people ( 40 mins)l

f. Award Winning Films on Disability (English) - “9 GOLD Medals” by Puneet Sharma; “Respect my Existence” by A. Bhatnagar & “They Can” by Priya V (1 min each)

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