The Association of Mediterranean Meetings of Cinema and Human Rights (ARMCDH) is organising the 8th edition of the “Nuit blanche” of cinema and human rights, on the subject of workers’ rights, from 14 to 15 June 2019 at the National Library of the Kingdom of Morocco in Rabat. This event is part of the “Cinema as a platform for human rights and citizenship education” programme, co-financed by the European Union.
The “Nuit Blanche” for cinema and workers’ rights will begin on 14 June with a night of outdoor film screenings on the chosen subject, from sunset to sunrise, in the courtyard of the National Library of the Kingdom, in Rabat. This will be followed by a debate on the meaning and values of work among Moroccan employees.
The programme includes 8 films: dramas, documentaries, animated films, shorts and features, representing seven countries: Canada, Switzerland, Lebanon, Sweden, Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco, which will be screened from 20:30.
On Saturday 15 June at 19:00, the National Library auditorium will host a presentation of the survey carried out by the Economia HEM Research Center and the FriederichEbert Foundation, on “the meaning and value of work among Moroccan employees”.
The “Nuit blanche” for cinema and workers’ rights is an event organised by the Association of Mediterranean Meetings of Cinema and Human Rights (ARMCDH), as part of the “Cinema as a platform for human rights and citizenship education” programme, co-financed by the European Union.