Save the Children – 100 Years of Child Rights

4 May 9:00am - 26 May 5:00pm
FLUX at Wellington Museum - Queens Wharf

For the past 100 years Save the Children has been working around the world to ensure children are safe, protected and have the opportunity to learn. An exhibition to mark Save the Children’s global centenary will be held at Flux, at the Wellington Museum, Queens Wharf from 4-26 May. Save the Children – 100 Years of Child Rights showcases the positive impact the organisation has had on children’s lives around the world throughout history including imagery from Yemen, Syria and Bangladesh.


Additionally, on Saturday 4 May a free public presentation will be held at Flux with presentations from International Programmes Director Andrew Johnston and Christchurch photographer Giora Dan. Giora's photographs of the education project Save the Children runs in the brothel in Daulatdia in Bangladesh capture the desperate lives of the women who live in the brothel in vivid contrast with those of the children who attend the school. More information is available here

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