Wednesday, 12 December 2018

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The United Nations presents: Wave Goodbye to Dinosaurs

On 19 September, Ciné-ONU will be screening ‘Wave Goodbye to Dinosaurs’ to mark the International Day of Peace.

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The film tells the story of the Catholic and Protestant women who united to form an all-female political party, won seats at the peace talks negotiating table, and fought to ensure that their policies around human rights, equality, and inclusion were reflected in the Good Friday Agreement.

In partnership with the Embassy of Ireland and UNLOPS (United Nations Liaison Office for Peace and Security) at Cinéma Galeries in Brussels, the screening will be followed by a conversation with guest speakers: Eimhear O’Neill, Director of Wave Goodbye to Dinosaurs; Jane Morrice, former member of the Northern Ireland Women’s coalition; Charlotte Isaksson, Gender Advisor for the European External Action Service; Rory Keane, Head of Office United Nations Liaison Office for Peace and Security (UNLOPS); and will be moderated by Carlos Jimenez, UNRIC.

For more information about the screening, click here.

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