Documentary The Rights of Others shows Human Rights Defenders in Cambodia against evictions

September 16, 2014

On 22 September 2014 will be shown the film “The Rights of Others” by Chris Kelly [https://thoolen.wordpress.com/tag/chris-kelly/] on work done by human rights defenders in Cambodia, especially those who fight against forced evictions, a common feature of Cambodia’s ‘development model’ as demonstrated also by the work of  the monk Luon Sovath who became the Laureate of the Martin Ennals Award 2012.

Luon Sovath by Dovona

 

 

 

 

 

The event takes place in the Maison des Arts du Grütli, salle Fonction Cinéma Rue du Général-Dufour 16, Genève and is sponsored by:

  • L’Organisation Mondiale Contre la Torture (OMCT)
  • le Service de la Solidarité internationale de la République et Canton de Genève
  • le Département fédéral des affaires étrangères.

After the film there is a debate with the following participating:

                  Chhunly Chhay, Coordinator, Cambodian Centre for Human Rights (CCHR)

                  Maria Jesus Alonso Lormand, Director, Service de la Solidarité internationale

                  Gerald Staberock, Secretary General, OMCT

Please confirm you presence in advance to:  +41 (0)22 809 49 39 or by email: nb[at]omct.org

2 Responses to “Documentary The Rights of Others shows Human Rights Defenders in Cambodia against evictions”


  1. […] Kelly‘s film on Cambodia [https://thoolen.wordpress.com/2014/09/16/documentary-the-rights-of-others-shows-human-rights-defender…], was also shown at a side event: “Human Rights Defenders in Cambodia: A Call For […]


  2. […] June 2016. Preliminary versions of this film by Chris Kelly were shown in closed circles (see:  https://thoolen.wordpress.com/2014/09/16/documentary-the-rights-of-others-shows-human-rights-defende…) but it has now been […]


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