Tuesday, June 7, 2016 join us at The Uganda National cultural Center (The National Theater) For the Screening of Life on the street: The film tells Stories of sex workers in Uganda, who have taken action to fight violence from the police and clients.
The film explores views from the police, lawyers, pastors and health practitioners on how they are closely working with sex workers to fight violence.
The film is a blueprint for people passionate about promoting protection and respect for all Ugandans as provided for in the constitution.
Life on the street highlights the role of community and civic leaders in promoting a climate of inclusion and acceptance for everyone.
The Screening will be followed by a discussion about what each of us can do in Uganda to stop hate together in our Communities.
Our goal is to create a rational discussion on the Subject of sex work and sex workers in Uganda.
Time: 6:30 Theater opens
Screening begins at 7pm.
Your Attendance will be highly appreciated