Hari Hak Asasi 2010, Penang


 

Come Join Us

Human Rights Day 2010 Penang

12th December, 2010 (Sunday)

10.00am to 6.00pm – Venue : Dewan Sri Pinang

4.00pm – 6.00pm Book launch “Malaysia-lah”
Take part in our launch of the sensational book,
Share your views and ideas at the discussion with

Hishamuddin Rais and Diskopi gang


8.00 pm- 10.00pm : Venue : Auditorium F, Komtar, Penang.

Banduan Akhir di Sel Akhir
“Banduan Akhir” is a drama inspired by the real story of Yong Vui Kong, a Malaysian boy who is facing the Death Penalty in Singapore.

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Programme

10.00am – 6.00pm

i) Letter Writing Marathon
• Write a letter, save a life!


ii) Photo exhibition on Homelessness
• Stories behind the photo, waiting you to explore them.

iii) Exhibition on Death Penalty
No Death Penalty, why?
What’s wrong with Death Penalty?
Come to find out the answer?

iv) Giant human rights mural
Express your creative on the giant human rights mural!

v) Special Henna Painting
Have you try henna painting on human rights theme?
Check it out at henna painting counter!

vi) Local NGOs Booth
Come and visit your local NGOs booth and know find out what they do!

11.00am – 1.00pm

Movie Screening “The Blindside”
This movie based on the true story of Leigh Anne and Sean Tuohy who take in a homeless teenage African-American, Michael “Big Mike” Oher.

2.00pm – 3.00pm

Launching Ceremony of Human Rights Day Celebration 2010 at Penang
Amnesty International former Prison of Conscience, Chief Minister of Pulau Pinang, YAB Lim Guan Eng will launch the ceromony and our AIM Ambassador, Zahiril Adzim


4.00pm – 6.00pm

Book launch “Malaysia-lah”
Take part in our launch of the sensational book, “Malaysia-lah” from Diskopi Gang.
Share your views and ideas at the discussion with Hishamuddin Rais and Diskopi gang,

B) Auditorium F, Komtar, Penang.
8.00pm-10.00pm Special Theatre, Banduan Akhir di Sel Akhir
“Banduan Akhir” is a drama inspired by the real story of Yong Vui Kong, a Malaysian boy who is facing the Death Penalty in Singapore.
In 2007, the 18-year-old boy from a broken family in Sabah was arrested with 47 grams of heroin and sentenced with the mandatory Death Penalty. Since then, a Malaysian girl Vui Fung is struggling to save her brother Yong Vui Kong from the Death Penalty. For more than three years, she has been facing with a lot of difficulties from the authorities in an attempt to save her brother. Nevertheless, with Ravi the prolific Human Rights lawyer in Singapore, both of them believe that something can be done to save Yong Vui Kong’s life. This 50-minute drama will portray the dark hours of Yong Vui Kong as he faces the cruel Death Penalty.

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