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Thursday, October 27, 2005
  Dark night for dictatorships
Join debates, see documentaries, hear music during the 'Dark night for dictatorships'

Throughout the night, messages of hardship and hope will balance each other as union leaders, journalists and Human Rights activists from Burma, Belo-Russia and Zimbabwe share their views on the current needs and prospects in their dictatorial nations.


Journalists and writers from the Netherlands will join in this debate while documentaries and various acts will present a more tangible notion of what the situation is actually like in these countries. A hopeful light will be shed by a Ukrainian activist who played a central role during the 2004 orange revolution.

The ‘Dark night for dictatorships’ will take place at the Nieuwspoort, Lange Poten 10, Den Haag.
Click here for the location.

The ‘night’ will be presented in English. There is no entrance fee, but please register by e-mail. Send a message to nachtvandedictatuur@hotmail.com with your name, the name of the organization you represent (if relevant), address and telephone number.

27th of October 2005
Nieuwspoort, Lange Poten 10, Den Haag


This is an initiative of Zimbabwe Watch, Burma Centrum Netherlands, FNV Mondiaal and Free Voice.
 
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