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The Daughter Tree

When: Monday 25 November, 19:00 Where: Cinéma Galeries, Brussels To mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, [email protected] and ICPD25, The United Nations and the...

Ciné-ONU screening of ‘The Daughter Tree’

On the 25th November 2019, Ciné-ONU screened ‘The Daughter Tree’ in partnership with the European Commission, UN Women and the United Nations Population Fund...

World Toilet Day screening of ‘Mr Toilet: The World’s #2 Man’

On the 20th November 2019, Ciné-ONU screened ‘Mr Toilet: The World’s #2 Man’ in partnership with United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) and Water Supply and...

How it works

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

Mr Toilet, The World’s #2 Man

The United Nations Regional Information Centre UNRIC, United Nations Office for Project Services UNOPS and Water...

The Biggest Little Farm

In order to mark World Environment Day, UNRIC, FAO and DG DEVCO...
17
Cities
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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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