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Human Harvest

When:

Wed 23 Nov 2016, 6:00pm–7:30pm

Where: Rialto Cinema, 167-169 Broadway, Newmarket, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Human Harvest: $17.50
  • Additional fees may apply

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Human Harvest: China’s Illegal Organ Trade.

Documentary HD, 52min, Followed by Q&A with international guest David Kilgour.

Transplant patients from around the world have sought surgery in the hospitals of China because of short wait times and a seemingly endless supply of donors. Operations that would require waiting months or years in other developed countries can be performed in Chinese hospitals in a matter
of weeks, for a hefty fee. But with practically no donor system in place, the question is where do these organs come from?

In 2006 an investigation was led by international human rights lawyer David Matas and former Canadian Member of Parliament David Kilgour, into this terrifying mystery. Human Harvest takes you step by step through the evidence of their investigation, carefully piecing together one of the world’s worst crimes against humanity.

The story of how these two Nobel Peace Prize nominees put together the evidence and continue to fight against this industrial-scale crime against humanity is a riveting tale of both personal triumphs and unimaginable horror which remains largely untold to the public. Human Harvest is a bold and brave look into a “form of evil we have yet to see on this planet”.

Guest Speaker biographies in detail:
David Kilgour was a Canadian member of parliament for 27 years. He also served as the Secretary of State for Latin America and Africa, Secretary of State for Asia-Pacific and Deputy Speaker of the House. David Kilgour, together with David Matas, won the 2009 Human Rights Award from the International Society for Human Rights. In 2010, David Kilgour was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for investigating the organ harvesting crimes in China. David Kilgour graduated from the University of Manitoba in economics and the University of Toronto law school.

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