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Activists in Afghanistan are using film to open conversations with young people about the countries recent history and concepts of transitional justice and accountability.
“ My aim is to start out a dialogue regarding the implementation and transition of human rights issues in this political climate. So that the audiences will want to discuss it openly and not shove it under the carpet. Many HR institutions have said repeatedly that the war crimes committed in this country are extremely widespread. In the last 30 years - especially up until 2001 – many people lost their lives or were disabled as a result of various wars, they have to live with it every day.”
- Firouz Rahimi, Filmmaker
The Afghan Experience With War
Healing the Legacy of Conflict in Afghanistan
Afghanistan Experience With Conflict 1978 – 2009