Bahrain: The Political Struggle, Past, and Present

Event
Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Bahrain: The Political Struggle, Past, and Present

From the small island country of Bahrain evolved a mass of political and human rights issues that are still deeply rooted within its people.

Join GWU's Amnesty International on Tuesday, November 19 for a free screening of the Al Jazeera documentary "Shouting in the Dark" which looks at the largely overlooked 2011 Bahrain Uprising. Following, a group of human rights panelists will discuss the film and the broader human rigt implications of the uprising in Bahrain.

Panelists include former Bahraini parliament member and human rights activist, Matar Matar, award winning Bahraini journalist and writer, Nada Alwadi, and PhD Candidate at George Washington University, Dorothy Smith Ohl. 

Marvin Center
800 21st Street NW Room 311
Washington, DC 20052
United States