Conflict, Chaos, and Hunger
Yemen – The World’s Worst Humanitarian Crisis
Global Rights Compliance (GRC) is privileged to host a unique high-level event, co-hosted with UN OCHA and supported by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, featuring the Netherlands premiere of the Oscar® nominated and critically acclaimed film, Hunger Ward. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, Skye Fitzgerald, and a panel discussion with distinguished guests including Gerard Steeghs (The Kingdom of the Netherland’s Director for Multilateral Organisations and Human Rights), Corinne Woods, (Director of Communications, Advocacy and Marketing, World Food Programme), Catriona Murdoch (GRC Partner), and moderated by UN OCHA’s Kirsten Mildren.
- Date: 28 October 2021
- Time: Doors open at 6.30 p.m., screening starts at 7 p.m.
- To access the event, in compliance with current Covid-19 guidelines, participants must show a Covid Access Pass (vaccination, recovery, recent PCR-test) and a valid form of identification at the entrance of the Peace Palace.
- Refreshments: A selection of drinks and appetisers will be served on arrival and after the premiere screening.
- More information on the event can be found here.
- Download the flyer here.
- RSVP for this event here.
- Click here to watch – Password is Hunger-Ward
GRC has been engaged in advancing the conflict and hunger agenda and starvation issues since 2017, supported by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In early September, following a year-long investigation into attacks and other conduct by parties to the conflict impacting access to food and water in Yemen, GRC and Mwatana for Human Rights released their report titled ‘Starvation Makers‘ on the use of starvation as a weapon of warfare in Yemen. To learn more about GRC’s work on starvation, please visit: starvationaccountability.org.