The Opposition asks how we can ethically build sustainable business in developing countries. The story is told through Joe Moses, leader of the Paga Hill settlement, who must save his 3,000 people before they are evicted. Battling it out in the courts, Joe may find his community replaced with a five star hotel and marina.
|May 4||6:30 PM||Human Rights Arts and Film Festival Melbourne||Buy Tickets|
|May 14||6:30 PM||Doc Edge New Zealand The Roxy Wellington||Buy Tickets|
|May 20||6:00 PM||Doc Edge New Zealand The Roxy Wellington||Buy Tickets|
|May 26||8:30 PM||Doc Edge New Zealand Auckland Q Theatre||Buy Tickets|
|May 29||5:00 PM||Doc Edge New Zealand Auckland Q Theatre||Buy Tickets|
|May 29||6:30 PM||Human Rights Arts & Film Festival Canberra||Buy Tickets|
|Jun 1||6:30 PM||Human Rights and Arts Film Festival Brisbane||Buy Tickets|
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The Paga Hill Community's story is an all too common one. Forced evictions and land grabs are happening at rapid speed all over PNG. Please support local PNG organisation ACT NOW!'s petition to return Indigenous land stolen through the abuse of Special Business Agricultural Leases (SABLs).
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