Amnesty International exhibition launch: Pictures
Amnesty International UK (AIUK) exhibition launch of Arts Council England funded project ‘Bhopal: Facing 30’ that looks at the people and the place of the Bhopal disaster thirty years on. During the evening at Amnesty’s Human Rights Action Centre there was a short talk by Ruth Dawson, AIUK Programmes Campaign Coordinator, Colin Toogood, Bhopal Medical Appeal Campaigns Manager, and Francesca Moore, photographer. All images © Eniko Toth
Thanks to everyone who came for what I thought was a great evening with a spectacular turnout, and I hope you all had as much fun as I did.
I owe a huge thanks to Colin Toogood and Ruth Dawson who shared the stage with me to deliver a compelling and informative talk on the trials and tribulations of their organisations’ work, past and present, to reach justice for the people in Bhopal and for environmental remediation at the site of the worlds’ worst industrial disaster three decades on. Thanks also to Peter Frankental and Gianmaria Bandiera for making the event possible.
The exhibition at AIUK’s Human Rights Action Centre in Shoreditch, London, runs until 12 December 2014.
For further information and to visit the exhibition, please see: amnesty.org.uk/events/‘bhopal-facing-30’