Join the ACT Human Rights Commission and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elected Body for a free film screening of AFTER THE APOLOGY.
AFTER THE APOLOGY, by filmmaker Larissa Behrendt, tells the story of four Aboriginal grannies, who challenge government policies to bring their grandkids home.
The screening includes refreshments, and a panel discussion chaired by ACT Human Rights Commission President, Dr Helen Watchirs and Deputy Chair of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elected Body, Jo Chivers; with panellists Barb Causon, chair of the Our Booris, Our Way Steering Committee, Rod Little, National Congress Co-Chair and Jodie Griffiths-Cook ACT Public Advocate and Children and Young People Commissioner.
The screening will take place on Thursday 13 September 2018, 5:00–7:15pm at the National Museum of Australia, Lawson Crescent, Acton Peninsula, Canberra
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The screening celebrates the 11th Anniversary of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP).