Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني
[Online Film Screening] Broken: A Palestinian Journey Through International Law (Front Line Defenders)
When: 12pm, Sunday 25th October
Platform: Virtual Screening hosted by AdvocacyProductions, Geneva. Category: Feature Documentary (52′) about International Law’s broken promises at the example of the 2004 International Court of Justice Wall case. Tickets: Open to the public Booking: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR FREE (Scroll to the bottom of page – Choose ‘Add to Cart’ – Then scroll back up Checkout at the top of the page)
BROKEN – A Palestinian Journey Through International Law, is a compelling documentary about international law and its broken promises at the example of the 700 km-long wall in the West Bank. Candid testimonies are provided by internationally renowned law experts, judges from the International Court of Justice (ICJ), seasoned diplomats, and the Israeli military officer who, in 2002, commanded the construction of the Wall. In its 2004 Advisory Opinion, the ICJ declared the Wall illegal. Now, 16 years later, the Wall is nearing completion. Directed by Mohammed Alatar, Broken is produced by a former UN Wall monitoring expert.
Hosted by Front Line Defenders as part of the Dublin Arts and Human Rights Festival 2020.
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