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The events offer an opportunity for participants to watch highly acclaimed, often award-winning documentaries and to engage in interactive discussions with senior UN officials and other personalities. Climate, human rights, sustainable development, peace and security are just some of the important global issues that have been featured in screenings.

The events offer an opportunity for participants to watch highly acclaimed, often award-winning documentaries and to engage in interactive discussions with senior UN officials and other personalities. Climate, human rights, sustainable development, peace and security are just some of the important global issues that have been featured in screenings.

Past screenings

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17
Cities
200+
Screenings
100,000+
Cinema goers

European screenings

What started off as a project in Brussels has spread to multiple cities in Europe and beyond. United Nations Cinema screenings have now been held in Bonn, Brussels, Dublin, Galway, Geneva, Helsinki, The Hague, Liège, Lisbon, London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Vienna, Geneva, Stockholm, Strasbourg among others. Since its debut, more than 100,000 people have attended United Nations Cinema film screenings.

UN Cinema panel discussion in Helsinki, Finland.

Cine-ONU (UN Cinema) screening in Geneva, Switzerland.

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