Save the Children - 100 years of Child Rights
For 100 years Save the Children has been working to ensure children safe, protected and have the opportunity to learn. As part of our centenary, an exhibition focussing on the work of the Save the Children NZ will be held from 3-26 May at Flux, an exhibition space at Wellington Museum.
Save the Children: 100 years of Child Rights includes a timeline of the work of Save the Children over the past 100 years, photographs of our projects and work during emergencies as well as photos of our Daulatdia project by Christchurch-based, internationally published, documentary photographer Giora Dan.
The centre of the exhibition will feature a child-friendly space with activities and a competition for children.
The exhibition is part of Photival, a not-for-profit, Wellington documentary photography festival focusing on social, economic and environmental issues. Photival aims to show people thought provoking and inspiring photographic work and then give them the tools they need to engage with positive change. The theme for this year is influence.
More information is available here http://www.photival.com/savethechildren