12.00 noon – 3.45 pm | Feminism & Human Rights | CCA 4
12.00 noon – 1.15 am
Salaam Rugby more…
Faramarz Beheshti | Iran | 2010 | 1 hour 10 minutes
1.30 pm – 2.30 pm
Rights Not Rescue more…
Open Society Institute | USA | 2010 | 9 minutes
The Sex Worker’s World Cup 2006 more…
Tanja Chawla, Christina Schäfer, Doro Wiese | Germany/Spain | 28 minutes
Discussion: Sex Workers’ Human Rights
Christina Schäfer, Director, Representative, Scottish Prostitutes Education Project: Promoting Health and Dignity in Prostitution
2.45 pm – 3.45 pm | CCA 4
Honour Me more…
Alex Tweedle | UK | 2009 | 15 minutes
Discussion with Amina – The Muslim Women’s Resource Centre
2.45 pm – 3.45 pm | Clubroom
Women’s Writing Workshop – PEN
Helen Sedgwick will lead a writing workshop based on themes taken from the films of the day, focusing on women’s rights throughout the world. Discussions about women’s rights and the power of writing will be followed by writing individually or in groups. The results of the workshop can be read at the PEN event in the CCA Bar on the closing night: 8.00 pm, Sunday 31st October.
4.00 pm – 5.45 pm | CCA 4
When You Die As A Cat more…
Zoran Maslic | Canada | 2009 | 1 hour 25 minutes
6.00 pm – 7.00 pm | Clubroom
Asylum Seeker/Refugee Writing Workshop – PEN
Sue Reid Sexton will lead the workshop around issues raised by the film When you Die as a Cat. Open to all, including anyone interested in the collaborative process of putting their own or someone else’s work into English. The results of the workshop can be read at the PEN event in the CCA Bar on the closing night: 8.00 pm, Sunday 31st October.
6.00 pm – 7.30 pm | CCA 4
Miss Sunshine more…
Beatriz Osorno | Mexico | 2009 | 1 hour 16 minutes
6.00 pm – 9.30 pm | Feminism & Human Rights | CCA 5
6.00 pm – 7.30 pm
Forbidden Sun Dance more…
Lila Ghobady | Canada | 2008 | 34 minutes
Back and Forth
Performance by the Maryhill Integration Network (MIN). An exciting and moving piece of dance, music and poetry: exploring the pain and sorrow of the forced and unexpected journeys of Asylum Seekers and Refugees.
Aram Bayat, MIN and Dance House.
8.00 pm – 9.30 pm
Women’s Rights in the context of the ‘War on Terror’
Gita Saghal Lecture
Gita Sahgal will use clips of her films on secular spaces, and war crimes – made during the Rushdie affair &ndashl to show how British domestic politics have shaped anti-terrorism strategies. She will discuss how apparently opposing political forces converged to embrace Fundamentalists and attack the universality of human rights.
With clips from ‘Struggle or Submission’ Bandung File , Channel 4 and Hullaballoo over Satanic Verses.
In association with International Centre for Gender and Women’s Studies (ICGWS), University of Glasgow
8.00 pm – 10.00 pm | CCA 4
Serge Kayumbi, David Dempster, Leona Buchanan | DRC/UK | 2010 | 9 minutes 3 seconds
Sombras – Letters from the Shadows more…
Oriol Canals | Spain | 2009 | 1 hour 34 minutes