Human Rights Watch's Screening and Discussion of Salam Neighbor
4:00pm: Doors Open. Meet & Greet with Bill Frelick, Director of HRW's Refugee Program
5:00pm: Movie followed by Panel Discussion
7:00pm: Reception with tacos & drinks
As the world's worst refugee crisis since World War II is unfolding and repercussions of the Syrian conflict are felt throughout the world, Human Rights Watch is excited to invite you to a screening and discussion of Salam Neighbor, a movie following some of the 85,000+ Syrian refugees living in Jordan's Za'atari Camp.
Salam Neighbor follows Zach and Chris, two Americans who head to the edge of war, just seven miles from the Syrian border, to live among 85,000 uprooted refugees in Jordan's Za'atari camp. As the first filmmakers allowed by the United Nations to register and set-up a tent inside a refugee camp, Zach and Chris plunge into the heart of the world's most pressing humanitarian crisis.
From meeting Um Ali, a woman struggling to overcome personal loss and cultural barriers, to the street smart, 10-year-old Raouf, whose trauma hides just beneath his ever present smile, Zach and Chris uncover inspiring stories of individuals rallying, against all odds, to rebuild their lives and those of their neighbors.
Join us after the movie with the film's Directors Zach Ingrasci and Chris Temple, film's producer Salam Darwaza and Human Rights Watch Refugee Program Director Bill Frelick, for a discussion moderated by Asli Bali, Professor of Law at UCLA.
Ann and Jerry Moss Theater at New Roads School (View)
3131 Olympic Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA 90404
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