"Human Rights in Haiti" and Q&A session with Dr. Steeve Coupeau of NYIHA Media
Human Rights in Haiti
(Dir. Isabelle Abric and Simone Guidi di Bagno, 1999, 56 min.)
In a delicate blend of paintings and exclusive footage, this documentary - the first of its kind- takes viewers through the history of the Haitian people and the struggle for their rights. Through the eyes of the victims, human rights defenders and international observers, one gets an insight into the prison system, the courts and the police. Human Rights in Haiti is the fascinating and compassionate story of a people facing the challenge of building a society respectful of human rights.
Followed by a Q&A session with Dr. Steeve Coupeau from NYIHA MEDIA, author of the book "History of Haiti". (http://www.nyiha.com/)
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