TRANSCENDING BOUNDARIES: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE CENTRAL ALBERTINE RIFT TRANSFRONTIER PROTECTED AREA NETWORK

2013 Films

World Premiere

TRANSCENDING BOUNDARIES: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE CENTRAL ALBERTINE RIFT TRANSFRONTIER PROTECTED AREA NETWORK

(C) The Collaborative / Cory Wilson

MARCH
19
12 NOON

Directed by: Cory Wilson

Venue: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
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TRANSCENDING BOUNDARIES: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE CENTRAL ALBERTINE RIFT TRANSFRONTIER PROTECTED AREA NETWORK (Uganda /Democratic Republic of Congo /Rwanda, 2013, 24 min.)  

Premieres at the Festival and simultaneously online. WATCH THE FILM NOW.

A Focus on Environmental Solutions in Africa, presented by the Environmental Change and Security Program at Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Welcome by Meaghan Parker, Writer/Editor, Environmental Change and Security Project, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Introduced by Aziz Isham, President, Arcade Sunshine Media.  

 

World Premiere The second episode in the Transcending Boundaries series takes us to the Central Albertine Rift in the Great Lakes region of East Africa between the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Uganda. The film explores geographic, socio-political and ecological issues with a diverse range of stakeholders who are critical to conservation within this biodiversity hotspot.  It also discusses the impact of insecurity in the region and the ongoing collaboration for trans-boundary environmental conservation. Directed and produced by Cory Wilson and Elaine Hsiao. Co-produced by Todd Walters and Saleem Ali.

Panel discussion, moderated by Aziz Isham, President, Arcade Sunshine Media, with filmmakers Sean PeoplesCory Wilson, Founder and Director of Collaboration, The Collaborative, and Todd Walters, Executive Director, International Peace Park Expeditions.

Shown with INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT IN TANZANIA: HEALTHY PEOPLE, HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE. No reservations required. Photo ID required to enter building.

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

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Sixth Floor Auditorium

1300 Pennsylvania Ave., NW

(Metro: Federal Triangle)

For directions: visit www.wilsoncenter.org.  

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