Past events

  • Thu
    30
    Nov
    2017
    Fri
    01
    Dec
    2017
    Geneva, Switzerland

    Terre des Hommes will attend the 'Sporting Chance Forum' in Geneva to discuss human and child rigths around Mega Sporting Events.

    Discover more about the Sporting Chance Forum in this interview with IHRB CEO, John Morrison.


    IHRB, the U.S. Department of State, and Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs are co-hosting the global “Sporting Chance Forum on Mega-Sporting Events and Human Rights” on 13th-14th October 2016 in Washington, D.C.

    Sport has a unique capacity to inspire humanity, and mega-sporting events (MSE) have great potential to positively impact the lives of people in the countries that host them.  But such large-scale events also involve significant risks to human rights and labor rights. After years of rising public concern in the arena of major global sports tournaments new collaborative efforts are needed.

    With this in mind, the Forum will convene more than 130 senior officials, executives, and experts to highlight and devise effective strategies to address the human rights challenges associated with mega-sporting events at every stage of the event lifecycle, from planning through legacy. Throughout the two-day event, participants will: highlight the human rights challenges associated with mega-sporting events; take stock of efforts to promote learning and capacity building of the actors involved, and; explore ways to develop more comprehensive, consistent and inclusive approaches to managing them.

    The Forum is by invitation only, but the Opening Session of the Forum will be live streamed.

    The Forum will be opened by Martina Navratilova, legendary Czech-American tennis champion, coach, and advocate for LGBTI and women’s rights.

    Ms. Mary Robinson—former President of Ireland and former UN High Commissioner on Human Rights—will serve as the honorary chair of the Forum.

    The Opening Session will feature presentations from Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Virginia Bennett, Swiss Deputy State Secretary Alexandre Fasel, International Labor Organization Deputy Director-General, Greg Vines, International Olympic Committee Member Anita DeFrantz, Commonwealth Games Federation Chief Executive David Grevemberg, and UNI World Athletes President Don Fehr.

    The Opening Session will also introduce the Sporting Chance Forum Principles on Respect for Human Rights in Mega-Sporting Events. These Principles – put forward by the Forum co-organisers – aim to underpin the common goal of ensuring that mega-sporting events showcasing the best in humanity are built on respect for human rights throughout their lifecycle.

  • Tue
    28
    Nov
    2017
    Wed
    29
    Nov
    2017
    Glasgow,

    Marc Joly, head of the ‘Children Win’ campaign at the international child rights organisation Terre des Hommes, is a keynote speaker at the Host City 2017 event in Glasgow. Marc will speak about the progress made over the last year by sports governing bodies in the field of human rights and Mega Sporting Events, and the challenges they now face in implementing newly-created policies and safeguards in the future.

    Marc also will speak on a panel, alongside executives from the IOC and Commonwealth Games, discussing ‘The biggest issues influencing hosting decisions’.

     


    Host City is one of the largest international meeting of cities and sports, business and cultural events. For its fourth edition, Host City on 'Bringing Major Event Opportuniteis to Cities and Suppliers of al Sizes'.

    Read the agenda here.

    One content stream will focus on the opportunities and issues around mega events, which require sustainable investments in design, infrastructure, technology, security and event management. Organising committee directors will share best practice and discuss opportunities with the world’s leading solutions providers.

    A second content stream will address cities and events of all kinds – from major sports championships and scientific congresses to culture and entertainment. Cities and rights holders will have the unique opportunity to highlight their own strengths and requirements to ensure the best fit and return on investment when hosting events.

    In addition, a programme of structured networking will make sure that all delegates have the maximum opportunity to meet a great number of their influential counterparts and establish new friendships.

  • Mon
    27
    Nov
    2017
    Wed
    29
    Nov
    2017
    Geneva, United Nations

    The annual UN Forum on Business and Human Rights is the global platform for yearly stock-taking and lesson-sharing on efforts to move the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights from paper to practice. The central theme of the 2017 Forum is “Realizing Access to Remedy”. The programme also features sessions for new audiences and discussions on broader policy trends that consider the role of the business and human rights movement in today’s political and social contexts around the world.

    More information about the Forum can be found here.

  • Tue
    09
    May
    2017
    Wed
    10
    May
    2017
    Aula IDHEAP, Unil Campus, Lausanne, Switzerland

    Terre des hommes/ Children Win will be attending the Sport Future Rendez Vous 2017 organized by Think Sport.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Tuesday 9th May 2017

    SPORT AND THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION

    The digital revolution has brought us e-sports, social media, big data, virtual reality, and cloud technology – all of which are now used regularly to transform sport performance, enhance the running of organisations, and improve spectator and fan involvement. This session looks at how sport governing bodies are impacted and challenged (even disrupted) by these technological innovations.

    15:15 Introduction to the topic by Emmanuel Bayle, UNIL-ISSUL professor
    15:30 - 16:00  Keynote by Claude Ruibal, Infront Sports & Media
    Executive Director of Digital Production
    16:15 - 17:45  Interactive discussion ( led by Callum Murray, Sportcal ) with :
    Matthieu Dallon, Webedia e-sports Strategy Director, French e-Sports Federation President
    Alex Sanchez, International Basketball Federation (FIBA) 3x3 Managing Director
    Susanne Schödel, Fédération Aéronautique Internationale FAI General Secretary
    Horesh Ben Shitrit, Second Spectrum Director of Computer Vision Products
    Coffee break
    18:15 - 18:45 New ideas : Their dissertations in 3 minutes
    Olivier Mutter, UNIL-IDHEAP, Nadège Rochat, UNIL-ISSUL, Adrien Schopfer, UNIL-ESC, Frederic Stucky, UNIL-ISSUL.
    19:00 - 19:30 Patrick K. Magyar, Interface Marketing AG President, The past and future of sport
    19:35 Drinks and standing dinner

    * Programme subject to change

     

    Wednesday 10th May 2017

    SPORT INTEGRITY

    In an attempt to de ne a new sportsmanship for the 21st century, this session confronts the integrity issue. How can the many positive elements of sport education, health, development, interaction, integration – better contend with the more negative aspects that frequently make news headlines – doping, matchxing, illegal betting, corruption, violence, gigantism, etc.?

    09:00 - Introduction to the topic by Jean-Loup Chappelet, UNIL-IDHEAP professor
    09:15 - 09:45 Keynote by Bengt KayserUNIL-ISSUL professor of Physiology, Sports ethics
    Coffee break
    10:15 - 11:45 Interactive discussion (led by Callum Murray, Sportcal) with:
    Giovanni Di Cola, International Labour Organization Special Adviser
    Emilio Garcia, UEFA Managing Director Integrity
    Mike Miller, World Olympians Association CEO
    Jean-Luc Moner-Banet, World Lottery Association President
    Manon Schick, Amnesty International Switzerland Director
    12:00 - 12:30 New ideas: Their dissertations in 3 minutes
    Josephine Clausen, UNIL-ISSUL, Orlan Moret, UNIL-ISSUL, Joël Pinson, UNIL-IDHEAP, Sarah Willis, UNIL-ISSUL
    12:30 Closing remarks

    * Programme subject to change

     

    More information here.

  • Thu
    16
    Feb
    2017
    19h00 - 20h30Zentrum Karl der Grosse (Hall), Kirchgasse 14, 8001 Zürich

    In recent times, FIFA has not been known for making positive headlines, to say the least. However, since Gianni Infantino took office a year ago, steps towards reform have been taken, including to enforce respect for human rights. Today,  we need to ask if these steps are for real, or if they are just more words; what is or should be the role of Switzerland as the host of the FIFA headquarters, and what can Swiss NGOs do? These questions will be discussed by a Fifa representative, a scientist, a member of the Swiss authorities and a politician on the panel organized by Terre des Hommes Schweiz and Solidar Suisse.

     

    Key facts about the event
    Panelists

    • Federico Addiechi, Head of Sustainability & Diversity (FIFA)
    • Prof. Jean-Loup Chappelet, University of Lausanne
    • Min Li Marti, National Councilor SP
    • Alex Kunze, National Contact Point for OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (SECO)
    • Moderator: Philipp Sohmer, sports journalist and FIFA expert

    The podium is held with simultaneous translation in English and German.

    When?
    16 February 2017 from 19:00 to 20:30 - followed by drinks.

    Where?
    Zentrum Karl der Grosse (Hall), Kirchgasse 14, 8001 Zürich

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    Background Information
    The 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil raised serious questions in terms of human and children rights violations, legacy and sustainability. In the ongoing preparations for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, organisers have been confronted with allegations of human rights violations. Time and again, we see the same problems being repeated in different countries when it comes to staging Mega Sporting Events.

    But now FIFA now seems to be changing its procedures. At the beginning of 2016, FIFA revised its statutes. Fighting corruption and respecting human rights are being strongly emphasized. The strategy paper "FIFA 2.0" published in October pledges reform.
    Special role of Switzerland?
    Does this mean a real turnaround or will it remain mere lip service? FIFA is registered as an association based in Switzerland. This gives Switzerland a specific responsibility. A parliamentary postulate aiming to create a new legal status for large, international sporting governing bodies is highly approved by the Federal Council and Parliament. The Union Building and Woodworker's International (BWI) filed a complaint against FIFA on the grounds that the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises have been ignored. The State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (where the complaint was submitted) treats FIFA as a multinational corporation in these proceedings.

    terre des hommes schweiz (in cooperation with Children Win Campaign) and Solidar Suisse (with the campaign "Faire Weltmeisterschaften") have been dealing with the impact of Mega Sporting Events for many years. The focus is on the enforcement of human and labor rights as well as the OECD Guidelines.

     

  • Sun
    11
    Dec
    2016
    Tokyo

    Terre des Hommes' Marianne Meier will contribute to a presentation on Mega Sporting Events and children’s rights in Tokyo on December 11.

    This symposium is organised by University of Tsukuba, National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya, and Japan Sport Council.

    The College of Community and Human Services of Rikkyo University is a co-organiser, and there is cooperation with the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games 2020.

    For more information, click here.

    Download the event programme here.

  • Wed
    30
    Nov
    2016
    Stuttgart

    Terre des Hommes' Marianne Meier will take part in a public podium discussion on sport, human rights and international politics in Stuttgart on November 30.

    The event will mark the launch of the Culture Report 2016: 'A Global Game'. Marianne contributed a chapter to this publication on Mega Sporting Events and children’s rights. She will be one of the invited panellists at the event alongside the report's other authors. Read more info here.

    About the publication Culture Report 2016 ‘A Global Game’:

    Sport spans linguistic and cultural boundaries and gets into the hearts of people all over the world. But the ideal of fair play is under threat from corruption, commercialisation, greed and political manoeuvring.

    Can sport be a useful tool in cultural relations? How can the social power of sport be used for development, integration and peace work?

    These and other questions are addressed in the Culture Report and EUNIC Yearbook 2016 (available in both English and German). Some of the book's authors are well-known personalities such as Umberto Eco and Reinhold Messner.

  • Fri
    25
    Nov
    2016
    Amex Stadium, Brighton

    “Often governments focus on the immediate welfare needs of refugees and asylum seekers and overlook the important role of sport, and football in particular, in supporting the physical, mental, emotional and social welfare of individuals."

    The global refugee crisis has seen millions of people uprooted from their homes and forced into long and potentially dangerous journeys. Whether in transit or upon arrival at their final destination, refugees have to face many material and psychological issues. After the immediate needs of housing, food and legal advice are sorted, social, emotional and physical wellbeing are vital.

    Football, and sport in general, can help with these aspects, as well as supporting social integration. This workshop explores the role of football in supporting refugees in these areas.

    The project is funded by the British Academy and consists of two workshops. The first workshop was held in Paris in June, in collaboration with the fans' network Football Supporters Europe, to see how fans and grassroots groups are helping refugees by setting up teams, working in camps and raising awareness.

    The second workshop will be held in Brighton on Friday 25 November 2016 at the Amex Stadium, home of Brighton and Hove Albion FC.

    Confirmed speakers include Patrick Gasser (UEFA), Kevin Coleman (FA), John Dorber (UNHCR), Lord Bassam of Brighton and speakers from international NGOs such as Amnesty International and Terre Des Hommes. Panels will address the role of the federations and clubs, NGOs, and practical policies on the ground.

    The main goal of this workshop is to place football central in the minds of policy makers addressing the needs of refugees globally. Often governments focus on the immediate welfare needs of refugees and asylum seekers and ignore the important role of sport, and football in particular, in supporting the physical, mental, emotional and social welfare of individuals.

    For interested parties, a tour of the Amex Stadium will also be included.

    Click here for more information.

  • Wed
    23
    Nov
    2016
    Fri
    25
    Nov
    2016
    from 2 p.m. to 2.pm.Monaco

    9th edition - This year, over 500 leading figures from the worlds of sport, politics, academia, the private sector and civil society will convene over three days to focus on how sport can help to foster sustainable peace and forge agents of change committed to act for a better, fairer and more united world.

    Ignacio Packer, Secretary General of Terre des Hommes, is among the speaker of the plenary Session:

    Moving toward Longstanding Legacies in Sport

    Hosting major sporting events can transform a city and its people for a lifetime and secure a positive future long after the event concludes. Mega-sport events have the potential to create a unique set of social, cultural and economic legacies that can positively change a community, a region, or even a nation. Whilst hosting a major international event can be seen as an end in itself, it also offers a great opportunity for the host country to achieve development, peace and progress for its people.

    How can global events do more to foster local social, cultural and economic legacies, both short term and long term? What can different stakeholders (athletes, sport bodies, governments and international organizations) do to ensure that major sporting events leave a real legacy for future generations?

    More info on the event can be found here

  • Mon
    21
    Nov
    2016
    Tue
    22
    Nov
    2016
    8:00 am - 5:00 pmGlasgow

    Terre des Hommes’ Secretary General Ignacio Packer will be speaking at Host City in Glasgow on November 21.

    The event is the annual conference and exhibition for leaders in event hosting and is the world’s largest meeting of cities, sports, business and cultural events.

    Ignacio will deliver a keynote address to delegates entitled, “Has sport lost its integrity and how can it win confidence back?

    The annual conference is attended by many large sports governing bodies including the International Olympic Committee and the Tokyo 2020 organising committee.

    For more details visit the official event website: www.hostcity.com

  • Sat
    05
    Nov
    2016
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm University of Paris VIII Saint-Denis

    Terre des Hommes France stages its annual FORMaCTION day on November 5 at the University of Paris VIII Saint-Denis.

    This year the theme is ‘The Economic and Social Impact of Mega Sporting Events’. The day will begin with a screening of our award-winning documentary The Fighter, followed by a presentation of the Children Win campaign by the Head of campaign, Marc Joly,  and debate on the issues that surround the Children Win campaign.

    Vincent Boury, France’s former Olympic table tennis gold medal winner in 2008 who’s now a management consultant, will focus on the Games’ impact upon children in Rio’s favelas.

    banner_formaction_terre_des_hommesFinally, a round table discussion hosted by Benoit Menard will relate the Olympics’ social and economic impact to what that means for Paris’ bid to host the 2024 Games.
    For more info please contact : tdhf@terredeshommes.fr

  • Tue
    01
    Nov
    2016
    10:30 am - 4:00 pm

    During the APHA Global Public Health Film Festival, on 1st November, The Fighter, our award-winning documentary will be screened.

    Director. Dara Kell + Christopher Nice, 26 min.

    The Fighter’, produced by Fireworx Media, is a true-life illustration of the tragic consequences mega sporting events can have on children, but also explores the bravery of one girl against powerful opponents.

    The film tells the story of teenager Naomy, who dared to resist the powerful economic and political forces behind the 2016 Olympic Games.

    Naomy’s community of Vila Autodromo in Rio was set to be destroyed to make way for the Olympic Park.

    Some of her friends and family obeyed eviction orders and left. Others resistedthe authorities’ threats and bravely stayed, even when bulldozers had reduced most of the area to dusty rubble.

    Naomy, 12, from Vila Autodromo.

    Although Naomy’s community is being torn apart, her spirit of resistance remains strong.

    “They want us to feel afraid. I am not afraid. I was born here, raised here, and I will stay.”

  • Fri
    16
    Sep
    2016
    8:30 - 18:30FIFA Headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland

    The conference will be held on 16th September 2016 at the FIFA Headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland. The theme of the summit is “Preserving the beauty of sports and leveraging its full potential for society”.

    Highlights of this year conference:

    • Announcement of Ethics in Sport Award winners 2016.

    • Inspirational and action-oriented working group at the newly opened FIFA Museum on 15th of September 2016.

    The 2nd World Summit on Ethics and Leadership in Sports is an initiative of The World Forum for Ethics in Business, a registered public interest foundation with the aim to pursue and establish the indispensable ethical foundations of business in a globalized world. The World Forum for Ethics in Business is organizing this summit in cooperation with Marti Communications and the International Association for Human Values.

    Please see the detailed program here:

    Confirmed speakers here

  • Wed
    31
    Aug
    2016
    Sun
    04
    Sep
    2016
    10:00 - 18:00Sao Paulo

    The "International Convention on Science, Education and Medicine in Sport (ICSEMIS) 2016" is being organized in a partnership between the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP), the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), the International Federation of Sports Medicine (FIMS) and the International Council of Sport Science and Physical Education (ICSSPE).

    TIscemis_LOGOhe theme of this year's edition is: "Saying Yes to Diversity in Sport". Its aim is to bring together experts from all over the world in professional and academic sectors linked to sports science and education, providing an important interaction and a unique opportunity for exchange of information.

    Marianne Meier, Children Win coordinator, will contribute to the convention by sharing research and evaluation results related to the issue “Mega Sporting Events and Human Rights: Who is Really Winning and Losing?”.

    More info on the ICSEMIS 2016

  • Thu
    25
    Aug
    2016
    16:00 - 20:00

    The Children Win short films The Bullet, The Parking Lot and The Artist (dir. Dara Knell and Christopher Nizza) together with the teaser of the long docu-film The Fighter, which show problems such as police violence and forced evictions through the eyes of children will be screened at Casa Publica, Rua Dona Mariana 81, Botafogo.

    After the showing, there will be a discussion featuring Andrea Florence, Children Win campaigner for Terre des Hommes, Naomy Oliveira, 14 years old protagonist of The Fighter, Mediação Theresa Denise Williamson, founder of the NGO Catalytic Communities (ComCat) and editor of the news site RioOnWatch.org, and Michele Goncalves of security think tank Igarape Institute.
    This warm-up event is part of the film festival “Final Score: City x Legacy”,  whose objective is to evaluate the consequences of Mega Sporting Events in the city. The Festival  will continue between Aug 22 and 28 at Estação NET-Rio:

    On 23 August the long docu-film “The Fighter“, produced for the Children Win campaign, will be screened  at 9:00 pm.

  • Tue
    23
    Aug
    2016
    21:00 - 23:00

    August 22-24 will see films and debates in Rio to evaluate the legacy of Mega Sporting Events in the city. One of the films will be our award-winning documentary ‘The Fighter‘ produced by Fireworx Media.

    Partnership and support: Casa Pública, Trama Coletivo, Couro de Rato, RioOnWatch.org, Fireworx Media, TVa2 Produções, Fênix Distribuidora de Filmes, Witness (organization), circuit net station Movies.

    For tickets go towww.ingresso.com

    For more details go to the dedicated FB page

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    Films Festival “Placar Final: cidade X legado”

  • Sun
    14
    Aug
    2016
    Sun
    09
    Oct
    2016
    Osnabrück

    The Museum of Industrial Culture of Osnabrück will host an exposition of handmade footballs from all over the world with the support of Terre des Hommes.

    Part of the exhibition will be dedicated to the Children Win campaign.

    From 14th August to 9th October 2016 the public will have the chance to see the photo project "The other side of the medal" of the dutch photographer, Pim Ras. The cartoons  of the #DrawAttention to Human Rights around Mega Sporting Events and  the photos of the making off of  the short docu-films produces in the framework of the Children Win campaign.

    More info on the exhibition can be found here

  • Wed
    13
    Jul
    2016
    11:00 - 12:30

    The European Parliament’s Subcommittee on Human Rights (DROI), in association with the Delegation for Relations with the Federative Republic of Brazil, is holding an exchange of views on Sport and human rights on the occasion of the Olympic Games in Rio on Wednesday 13 July 2016, from 11:00 to 12:30. The event will take place at the European Parliament in Brussels, room Paul-Henri Spaak 5 B 001.

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    Terre des hommes has been invited to take part in this exchange and discuss the human rights situation in light of the impact of the Rio Olympic games on children (Children Win campaign).

    The introductory remarks will be done by Ms Elena Valenciano, Chair of the Subcommittee on Human Rights and by Mr António Marinho e Pinto, first Vice-Chair of the Delegation for the Relations with the Federative Republic of Brazil.

    The following speakers will then exchange their views on human rights in Mega Sporting Events, and more specifically for the Olympic Games in Rio:

    • Ms Minky Worden, Director of Global Initiatives, Human Rights Watch
    • Mr Martin Kaine, Fairplay Initiative
    • Mr Jonathan Cornejo, Campaigner, Amnesty International UK
    • Ms Andrea Florence, Strategic Alliance Officer, Terre des Hommes

    The exchange of the views can be followed online here.

  • Tue
    28
    Jun
    2016
    12:30 - 14:00

    Terre des Hommes is co-organising a panel discussion during the 32nd regular session of the Human Rights Council (13 June to 1 July 2016). This event is organised together with Amnesty International (Brazil) and the Nosso Jogo Network , it was convened by the Human Rights Council in accordance with its resolution 31/23 “Promoting human rights through sport and the Olympic ideal”.

    This resolution will be the basis of discussion for the panel . Participants will look at the involvement of the IOC and FIFA to show efforts toward an institutional approach to strengthen human rights. In addition, it will focus on the human rights abuses and violations related to Mega Sporting Events continuing to happen in host cities and host states such as Brazil or Qatar.

    The event will encourage multi-stakeholder engagement, since it brings together NGOs, sport governing bodies as well as affected civil society representatives and promote dialogue on issues related to sport and human rights.

    The speakers and the exact date will be confirmed later in June.

  • Thu
    16
    Jun
    2016
    19:00 - 23:00

    The Fighter is a documentary realised by Dara Kell and Christopher Nizza for the Children Win campaign. It tells the story of Naomy, 12 years old girl, living in Vila Autodromo, where everything she loves is being ripped apart to make way for the 2016 Olympic Park. Today,her community is being forcibly removed and the houses torn down in preparation of the Rio Olympic Games 2016. Only few families are still leaving there and have found themselves trapped inside the Olympic Park.

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    Screening:

    One World Awards – 16th June 2016

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    The Fighter has been selected for the One World Awards under the “Short Film” category. This festival has the aim to highlight the significant work of journalists and filmmakers in uncovering under-reported stories and looking at familiar stories in new ways. The final three nominees will be announced in late April, and the winners at the Awards ceremony in June.

    More info on the Awards ceremony and the longlist

  • Fri
    27
    May
    2016
    Sun
    29
    May
    2016
    09:00 - 22:00

    The ECO Festival is the biggest event for sustainable development in Switzerland. The sustainable development will be celebrated through exhibitions, markets, debates, films, meetings, gala and awards. The festival is an opportunity to reach a wide audience as well as to present and disseminate information on our actions.

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    Children Win campaign as well as the Tschutti Heftli album will be presented during the festival at the stand run by Terre des Hommes. This album is an alternative of the famous Panini album and was first published in 2008. Tschutti Heftli is a partner of Terre des Hommes, a part of the album is dedicated to the presentation of the Children Win campaign and to testimonies of children and youth about their experiences related to sport.

    More information on the festival

  • Tue
    24
    May
    2016
    19:00 - 23:00

    The Fighter is a documentary realised by Dara Kell and Christopher Nizza for the Children Win campaign. It tells the story of Naomy, 12 years old girl, living in Vila Autodromo, where everything she loves is being ripped apart to make way for the 2016 Olympic Park. Today,her community is being forcibly removed and the houses torn down in preparation of the Rio Olympic Games 2016. Only few families are still leaving there and have found themselves trapped inside the Olympic Park.

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    Screening:

    Right to the city – 24 May 2016

    The Fighter will be screened in the Filmpalette cinema. This screening is taking place in the framework of the “Right to the City” project. A project led by  the “Allerweltshaus – Human Rights Brazil” and focusing on the urban development and the social participation in the context of the Olympics in Brazil.

    Before the screening,  Jens Kunischewski, our programme coordinator, will present the Children Win campaign and our actions with respect to the violations happening in Rio before the Olympic Games.

    More info on the festival

     Watch the trailer :
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