Human RightS Initiative (HRSI) and CEU Center for Policy Studies (CPS) invite you to the screening and discussion of
NO COUNTRY FOR THE POOR (52 min., 2017)
on March 27, 5.30 PM, in Nador 15, 103
Synopsis // What if democracy fails citizens by not serving them all equally? What if inequality becomes the norm and the most vulnerable citizens are left behind with no money, no home, no rights, and no country of their own? No Country for the Poor is a documentary film about a community of homeless and middle class activists fighting for social justice, democracy and solidarity in Hungary. The movie focuses on the work of The City is for All (A Város Mindenkié), a Hungarian NGO advocating for an adequate housing policy with decision makers.
The screening will be followed by a discussion with:
Bihari László// Director and Budapest based journalist and filmmaker
Janos Pap // Activist for the The City is for All (AVM)
Tibor Magyari // Activist for the The City is for All (AVM)