The Human Rights Watch Film Festival arrives in the capital

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The Human Rights Watch Film Festival arrives in the capital

The Human Rights Watch Film Festival is back with more than a dozen films being screened which explore a range of issues, from a team of so-called internet cleaners, to human trafficking within the Thai fishing industry.

Leah Sapin is from the festival, and Anick Soni will be part of a panel discussion following a film called 'No Box For Me, An Interex Story' which follows two people born with characteristics that don't fit typical male or female categories. 

The Human Rights Watch Film Festival runs at various locations across the capital until March 22nd.

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