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Oxford Human Rights Festival 2018

Oxford Brookes presents a series of talks, screenings, performances and workshops on the theme of Identity.
Oxford Brookes University, Headington Road, Oxford OX3 0BP, Mon 12th - Sat 17th March 2018

Oxford Brookes University presents the Oxford Human Rights Festival 2018, featuring a variety of events from performances to lectures, all focused on the theme of Identity. This year marks the 16th annual Human Rights Festival that Brookes have hosted here in Oxford, all to educate and raise awareness about human rights issues in the UK and overseas.

OxHRF2018 is proud to host speakers and performers from all over the world, to bring as much insight into the global problems humanity faces to the multicultural city of Oxford. Many of the events are free, with the aim to attract and educate as many people as possible.

The event is hosted at Oxford Brookes University, all over the Headington Campus throughout the week beginning the 12th of March. People all over the world are affected by these issues, and with such a broad spectrum of events on offer, this festival is not to be missed.

For more information, you can visit the Oxford Human Rights Festival's website here.

Reviews

Michael Dornan - An asylum seeker and a salesman cross paths in Kaurismäki's comedy. Finnish/Swedish/Arabic with subt.
Aki Kaurismäki may be hard to describe, but has pretty much earned the title of auteur - his films feel like windows into one world, a world which he builds with compassion, poker-faced humour and ...
Moviemoghull - An asylum seeker and a salesman cross paths in Kaurismäki's comedy. Finnish/Swedish/Arabic with subt.
I think Michael Dornan's review is spot on. You really want the film to work but it is like watching 2 separate films. When it works its brill, but it's rare that the deadpan humour and the cruel ...

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S. Shah - Palestinian drama following the lives of three women. Hebrew with subt.
Chain smoking, getting high, and line cutting their way through life, criminal defence lawyer Laila and DJ Salma are joined in their Yemenite Quarter apartment by recently engaged computer science ...
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