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Human Rights Health Most Awarded Worldwide
CINEMA VENDÔME25.03 / 19:00


In a country in which the health system is increasingly dysfunctional, a pharmacist, a traumatologist, a social activist and two cancer patients are trying to survive. Since 2016, 2 million Venezuelans have left their country, including 16,000 doctors. How can one cope with this unprecedented political crisis when even hospitals in neighbouring countries are starting to close their doors to Venezuelans? or endure? Lose all hope or keep faith? 


Screening followed by a Q&A
Moderator: Lubomir Gueorguiev, president of the Millenium Festival
Speakers: Claudio Guthman, Venezuela expert for Amnesty International Belgium; Jean-Marc Jacobs, Communications and Audiovisual Coordinator for Médecins Sans Frontières Belgium; Saraï Suarez, a Venezuelan journalist based in Paris.

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