The Human Rights Film Festival Berlin in cooperation with Action Against Hunger Germany and the Centre for Humanitarian Action would like to invite you to the following event:


Film Screening & Panel Discussion with

Radhya AlmutawakelMwatana for Human Rights – Co-founder & Chairperson, Nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize 2021

Willow RookAction Against Hunger – Deputy Country Director Yemen

Ambassador Ekkehard BroseFederal Academy for Security Policy (BAKS) – President

moderated by Andrea SteinkeCentre for Humanitarian Action (CHA) – Research Fellow

Yemen is experiencing the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. A war has been raging for almost 6 years, with dramatic consequences for the civilian population. 24 million people are dependent on humanitarian aid, or about 80 percent of the population. To mark the anniversary of the conflict on March 26, the Human Rights Film Festival Berlin is partnering with Aktion gegen den Hunger and the Centre for Humanitarian Action to screen the powerful documentary "Hunger Ward" (available online March 25 - 28) and invite you to a panel discussion on the current situation in Yemen (Youtube, March 25, 6 p.m.). You can register now for the film and panel discussion using the link below. An overview of the panel speakers is available on the website.

Please register here.

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