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Peace Palette Presents Refugee Week Movie Night

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What if you had been a child soldier?
Academy Award winning film War Witch will be screened at Kino Cinema Melbourne on the 16th of June to raise awareness about the plight of children in Sudan during refugee week. The event is being held by Peace Palette.

War Witch tells the personal story of a 12 year old girl who becomes a child soldier in her war torn homeland. The film will be followed by the personal story of David Nyuol Vincent who was a child soldier and refugee before founding Peace Palette in Melbourne.
David Nyuol Vincent
David Nyuol Vincent

Peace Palette describes itself as a non-government organisation working particularly in South Sudan with the Turalei people, developing tools and skills necessary for a strong, resilient and self-sufficient community.

The event is not suitable for children under 15.
Cost Adults $30, Concession $25

When:19/06/2013 at 6pm.
Kino Cinema 45 Collins Street Melbourne
Enquiries: Aya at or 0469 916 998
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Why? Educate yourself in Refugee Week
Phone: 0469916998
Where: Kino Cinemas
Cost: $30/$25
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