Complicit film night

Start Date - End Date

Jun 29th, 2017 - Jun 29th, 2017

Start Time - End Time

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Event Location

Cinema Nova 380 Lygon St Carlton Vic 3053



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Special fundraiser screening of the investigative documentary Complicit. We'll be joined on the night by our President, Jessie Taylor, and the Human Rights Law Centre's Keren Adams who will give a brief introduction to the film and speak about business and human rights.

Shot under cover, Complicit follows the journey of factory migrant worker-turned-activist Yi Yeting, who takes on the global electronic industry and its blatant disregard for workers' rights. The film follows Yeting's journey and provides new insights into the horrific human rights abuses in global supply chains. The film is a damning portrait of business and human rights, but it is also the call to arms and a story of a movement fighting back. 

Keren Adams has a wealth of experience in human rights and corporate accountability. She has litigated landmark cases that have held multinational businesses to account and currently heads up the HRLC's work on business and human rights. 

All money raised from the screening will go towards continuing the important work of Liberty Victoria and Rights Advocacy Project.

We look forward to seeing you there.

The team at Liberty & RAP

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29 June 2017 at 6.30pm

Cinema Nova
380 Lygon St

Complicit trailer

COMPLICIT a film by Heather White and Lynn Zhang

Directed by Heather White and Lynn Zhang, Written by Christopher Seward, Cinematography Sun Shaoguang, Music Freddie Bryant

Executive Producers Diana Holtzberg, Dal Lamagna, Dale Rodrigues

Associate Producers Xin Liu, Bing Wang, Kath Delaney, Erik Johnson, Maria Snyder, Greg Hemmings, Steve Foster, Dwayne Menezes, Danielle Turkov, Stephanie von Stein.

What can we do?

Be an ethical consumer.

Shop Ethical! gives the low-down on the environmental and social record of companies commonly seen on supermaket shelves.

The Good on You app rates fashin brands on how they treat people, the planet and animals.

Baptist World Aid has produced an Ethical Electronics Guide which grades brands on exploitation and forced labour in their supply chains. 

Contact Fairphone to express interest in making their ethically-made phones available in Australia.

Become a member of Liberty Victoria - one of Australia's leading civil liberties organisations.

Spread the word about Complicit. The film will be screened again on 14 July at the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival.