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Movie & debate on child soldiers in the Central African Republic

  • Feb 12, 2014 · 6:00 PM
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On the occasion of the International Day of child soldiers, 12 February 2014, the Embassy of France in Sweden invites you to the screening of a French documentary, “The Lord’s children”, and to a discussion on child soldiers in the Central African Republic (C.A.R.). Margot Wallström, former Special Representative of the UN, will deliver a keynote address.

The discussion will be moderated by Linda Nordin, Secretary General of the United Nations Association of Sweden. Panelists: - Johnny Vianney Bissakonou, National Media Coordinator at Invisible Children C.A.R., journalist and blogger ;
- Yasmina Farber, journalist & director of “The Lord’s children” ;
- Véronique Lönnerblad, President of UNICEF Sweden ;
- Jean-Pierre Lacroix, Ambassador of France in Sweden. Free entrance.
Language: Documentary in French with English subtitles. Discussion in English.

Context: The Central African Republic is facing a humanitarian and security crisis. In the eastern part of the country, the population also has to deal with the atrocities committed by the Lord’s Resistance Army of Joseph Kony and his men.


This event is organized in partnership with UNICEF Sverige, Institut Francais de Suède, Cinemondo, Abf Stockholm and Svenska FN-förbundet.

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  • Bornita Q.

    Great event with a thought provoking film and interesting discussion. It was all very nicely organized. I told all my friends to educate themselves about the situation in the Great Lakes region. I hope that events like this will lead to more effort to catch the warlords/war criminals.

    1 · February 13, 2014

  • Andrew

    Hej everyone, I unfortunately can no longer attend. Was really looking forward to see it and the discussion because I am working on a documentary covering a related dynamic, ie the resource wars in Eastern Congo. I'm not usually one to make a plug however if you are interested in the material please check out the This is Congo link or look them up on Facebook.


    February 12, 2014

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