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Thu 19 Sep 2013, 6:00pm–9:00pm

Where: University of Auckland, 24 Princes St, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

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Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Auckland is screening the film "Good Fortune" on Thursday September 19th at the University of Auckland. This event is free to the public.

Emmy-award wining "Good Fortune" presents a unique opportunity to experience foreign aid through the eyes of the people it is intended to help. Shot over three years across Kenya's diverse landscapes, the film interweaves intimate portraits of two individuals targeted by massive international development projects.

This film challenges the effectiveness of aid and highlights the importance of thinking about the impacts of development work on all community stakeholders. The movie will be followed by an open discussion for those interested in reflecting on the movie and continuing the discussion on international aid and development.

Drinks and nibbles will be available from 6pm and the movie will start at 6.30pm. This is a free public event, though a koha would be much appreciated. Please RSVP to

About EWB:
Engineers Without Borders is a not-for-profit organisation of professionals and students who share a vision to confront global challenges of poverty, sustainable development and social inequity by undertaking initiatives that will directly improve the quality of life in communities within New Zealand and in the South Pacific region.

EWB works directly with our partner community organisations to assist them in achieving their developmental objectives, particularly drawing upon our volunteers' engineering expertise.

EWB also engages widely with students and professionals in the engineering sector and the public to increase awareness of humanitarian engineering and international development.

Event in Pat Hannan Room 207-501 (top floor of Arts 2 building).

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