“Time for School” Screening and Discussion, November 2016

PBS International‘s “Time for School: 2003 – 2016″ puts a human face on an under-reported global crisis, by spotlighting

shugufa-2009_with-friends-ruhi-hamid the journey of five extraordinary children in five countries as they struggle to get a basic education. It tells a gripping story of what’s at stake when war, abject poverty, or just being a girl stands between a child and the simple promise of a basic education.

For more info & to view the trailer, click here. The event will include a screening and discussion with director Nina Chaudry, an award-winning journalist and documentary filmmaker.

Date: November 14th, 6-8pm

Venue: Room UL105, University Center, 63 Fifth Avenue, Lower Level

RSVP here.

Co-hosted by: Engage Media Lab & The Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs

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