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2010 One World International Human Rights Awards announced – IPHR director on Jury

The 12th One World International Human Rights Film Festival was held between 10 and 18 March 2010 in Prague, the Czech Republic. IPHR director Brigitte Dufour was one of the five “Rudolf Vrba” jury members of the Right to Know Award.

This year the Right to Know Award, which underlines the quality of the human rights approach and message, was given to The Sun Behind the Clouds and a special mention was given to the movie Tibet in Songs. The Best Film Award given by professionals of cinema went to Enemies of the People, and the Best Director Award to the documentary Chemo by Polish director Pawel Łoziński. On other awards and for more information on the festival, please see the festival website.

One World is the biggest film festival in Europe. It deals with human rights issues and is among the founding members of the Human Rights Film Network, which bands together 29 festivals around the world. One World’s films strive to provide comprehensive and well-balanced information, and they offer audiences an opportunity to acquire a deeper understanding of human rights, foreign policy and social issues.

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