Join the International Criminal Court Student Network in a screening of "Invisible Children." This 2003 documentary follows 3 U.S. film students as they delve into the issue of children being used as soldiers in Northern Uganda's bloody civil war. After the screening, join the members of the ICCSN in a discussion about the current problems in Uganda and Sierra Leone and how the International Criminal Court is working for justice in these areas. Lunch provided. For more information, contact Drew Kostic at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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