Capture d’écran 2017-03-13 à 18.09.12


Date(s) - Mar 19 - Mar 29
19:00 - 21:00

Sanctuary/Sustenance: The Story of Many Journeys is a multimedia film and exhibition that traces the refugee journey during the catastrophic events of displacement, on a path to sanctuary, and through the long process of rebuilding life in a new community. Produced by the internationally-recognized Chicago based human rights advocacy organization ART WORKS Projects for Human Rights, it has been screened in over a dozen cities on three continents. Sanctuary/Sustenance will appear across Europe throughout 2017 thanks to the generosity of the COFRA Foundation.

With approximately 65 million forcibly displaced people around the world, Sanctuary/Sustenance encourages viewers to confront the world’s unprecedented displacement crisis and to think critically about resettlement in their area. The film aims to not only advocate for refugee communities globally but also to spark conversation about our collective responsibility to welcome refugees and asylum-seekers – and to recognize their rights as human rights.

Sanctuary / Sustenance: The Story of Many Journeys
Duration : 19:14 min.
ART WORKS Projects team : Leslie Thomas and Maren Wickwire
Music : Osvaldo Noé Golijov
Sanctuary / Sustenance credits : Lynsey Addario, Marcus Bleasdale,
Paula Bronstein, Helene Caux, Jean Chung,  Ron Haviv,
David Hogsholt, Giulio di Sturco and James Whitlow Delano

Visible from the 19th to the 29th March after 7 p.m.

Event in partnership with :
Human Rights Watch is a leading international human rights organization dedicated to defending and protecting human rights around the world. Our rigorous investigations and strategic advocacy expose human rights abuses and lay the necessary groundwork to create meaningful, lasting change. By shining a spotlight where human rights are violated, our work gives a voice to victims and holds abusers accountable for their crimes. Since 1978 Human Rights Watch has fought to uphold human dignity and bring greater security and justice to people around the world. Human Rights Watch is an independent and impartial organization that accepts no government funding for its work.

Located in the Palais-Royal neighborhood in Paris, Restaurant Verjus serves a daily seasonal tasting menu as well as an optional cheese course and wine pairing. There is no à la carte menu.

Founded in 2006, ART WORKS Projects is an international arts-based human rights advocacy organization with the mission to use design and the arts to raise awareness of and educate the public about significant human rights issues. ART WORKS provides visual advocacy tools which produce action on human rights crises at the grassroots, media, and policy levels.

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This event has been made possible thanks to their support: