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“This Kind of Love” UN Premiere: A Film on the Journey of a Burmese Human Rights Defender

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This Kind of Love Flyer Final

This Kind of Love follows Burmese activist Aung Myo Min as he returns home after twenty-four years in exile and works to help rebuild Burma’s civil society after decades of brutal dictatorship.

Through Myo’s eyes, the film embraces the idea that community and inclusion are fundamental to creating meaningful political and social change in Burma.

Myo’s vision that human rights is for everyone—from children to transgender people to ethnic minorities—makes This Kind of Love an offering of hope for the future.

The movie will be followed by a discussion on the situation of human rights in Burma.

Discussion panel:

Aung Myo Min, Equality Myanmar;

Khin Ohmar, Burma Partnership;

May Sabe Phyu, Gender Equality Network

Moderated by: Christina Kokkinakis, Head of Political Section – Human Rights , Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations

When: Friday 9 October 2015 (12:30 – 14:45)

Where: UN Cinema, Room XIV, Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland

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