ART IN THE SERVICE OF HUMAN RIGHTS STRUGGLES
Experiences from the Thai Human Rights Movement

ART IN THE SERVICE OF HUMAN RIGHTS STRUGGLES

When: Fri 02 February 2018 17:00-19:00
Where: Room B202, 2nd Floor, Brunei Gallery Building, SOAS, University of London


ART IN THE SERVICE OF HUMAN RIGHTS STRUGGLES

Experiences from the Thai Human Rights Movement

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SOAS Students' Union and SOAS Centre for Southeast Asian Studies will be hosting

Photographer Luke Duggleby

& Global Women's Strike representative Nina Lopez

To present on, including a projection of the photographs, and discuss how arts such as photography and music came together in the photographic project For Those Who Died Trying by Protection International and photgrapher Luke Duggleby to support Thai Environmental and Human Rights Defenders who continue the struggles of those who lost their lives defending their communities. See the photo exhibition online here. See media reports on the For Those Who Died Trying exhibition on New York Times and .

 

The event will be chaired by Dr. Michael Buehler, SOAS Senior Lecturer in Comparative Politics.

 

Event location:

Friday 2nd February 2018, 17:00-19:00, Room B202

Brunei Gallery Building, SOAS, University of London

Thornhaugh Street, 

London, 

WC1H 0XG

 

Closest Tube stations: Russell Square and Goodge Street

*This event is possible thanks to the support and collaboration of:

SOAS Centre for Southeast Asian Studies: https://www.soas.ac.uk/cseas/

Protection International: https://www.protectioninternational.org/

Global Women's Strike: https://www.facebook.com/GlobalWomensStrike/

Photographer Luke Duggleby: http://www.lukeduggleby.com/


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