Put this date in your diary everyone!!

On Thursday 15th March at 5.30pm at The Jade on Flinders Street, we are screening the BBC documentary ‘Blurred Lines: The New Battle Of The Sexes’ in which presenter Kirsty Wark explores the hostile culture women are facing on the internet and in media.

Join us for our first Meaningful Movie for the year, with the theme of Women’s Rights to recognise International Women’s Day and launch our new Amnesty International Women’s Rights Collective – SA/NT!

This will kick off the year of monthly Meaningful Movies – held on the Third Thursday of each month (though we’re holding this one a bit earlier in the evening than usual)!

It’s bang in the middle of festival season, so it’s great time to get into the city to learn, be inspired and take action for human rights and then head out to one of many Fringe events!

As usual, entry is free but donations are appreciated – whatever you would like to give to support the work of Amnesty International!

**Content warning: this film discusses themes of harassment and abuse of women and contains some coarse language**

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Presenter Kirsty Wark stands in front of blurred figures on the street


The Jade, Flinders Street, Adelaide SA, Australia


March 15, 2018

5:30 pm

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