"To see change in the world, one must become the change" - Gandhi
TO CELEBRATE THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE UN DECLARATION
OF THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD
STREET CHILDREN & CELLULOID
The Social impact of Film – 20/11/09 - 7pm
In his role as chairman of the Consortium for Street Children, Marcus Lyon was delighted to invite you to a fascinating evening of film and discussion
at the May Fair Hotel, Stratton St, W1, UK,
on Friday the 20th November.
The evening included: drinks, canapés, film excerpts in the 200 seat May Fair Hotel Cinema,
chaired panel discussion and audience Q&A by Ritula Shah of the BBC World tonight -
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We need your help! Please take one minute of your time today to sign the petition http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/Realising-Rights, and please help us to spread the word. We are a small charity and rely on your networks to get the word out there.
Imagine all the children living and working on the streets who are subjected to horrendous levels of violence each day, often by the police, the very people who are supposed to protect them. This is a really neglected issue, and we need to show the world that this isn't something they can just ignore. We can show them by having a united front and 1000 signatures on our petition!
If you have just 1 minute to support a new youth group calling nations to a time of world peace (or at least reduced conflict) in order to free up the means to tackle hunger, fuel poverty and climate change, please see http://www.1minutetosavetheworld.com/2009/09/stop-global-war-ming/
and click the 5th star under the video. Then all world leaders at the Copenhagen Climate Conference will see their message…