Presented by Boston Initiative to Advance Human Rights
Thursday, December 2 – Sunday, December 5, 2010 | See All Dates
Presented by the Boston Initiative to Advance Human Rights, this forum will bring together filmmakers, survivors, activists and academics to explore the power of film in effectuating a movement to combat commercial sexual exploitation and modern-day slavery. To learn more or purchase tickets please visit bitahrfilmforum.org.
11am | Tickets $10 | No Passes
THE SELLING OF INNOCENTS | Running time: 47 min.
LUNCHEON PANEL hosted by The Program on Modern Day Slavery and Human Trafficking at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
Luncheon Panel features Ruchira Gupta, President of Apne Aap, and Siddharth Kara, Fellow with the Harvard Carr Center Program on Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery. This panel is free. Please order tickets to RSVP.
* This panel is located in the Fainsod Room, third floor of the Littauer Building of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Limited seating is available.
SIDDHARTH KARA, Book signing for Sex Trafficking: Inside the Business of Modern Slavery. This book signing is free. Please order tickets to RSVP.
Please visit Columbia University Press to purchase a book online. Books will also be available to purchase at the Brattle throughout the duration of the forum (subject to availability).
2:30pm | Tickets $10 | No Passes
THE DAY MY GOD DIED | Running time: 70 min.
The Day My God Died is followed by a panel featuring the Director Andrew Levine, Brigitte Cazalis Collins and Joe Collins, Founders of Friends of Maiti Nepal, and Anuradha Koirala, Founder and Executive Director of Maiti Nepal.
5:05pm | Tickets $10 | No Passes
ANONYMOUSLY YOURS | Running time: 88 min.
Anonymously Yours is followed by a Q & A with the Director, Gayle Ferraro.
8pm | Tickets $10 | No Passes
VERY YOUNG GIRLS | Running time: 83 min.
Very Young Girls is followed by a panel featuring Rachel Lloyd, founder and Executive Director of Girls Educational and Mentoring Services (GEMS), Carrie Baker, Professor of Sociology and Women’s Studies, Berry College, and Lisa Goldlatt Grace, Co-founder and Director of the My Life My Choice Project (MLMC).