Date: Monday 24 October 2016
Time: 6.30-8:30pm
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Panelists: Nat Dyer, Bandi Mbubi, JD Stier
Chair: Dr Armine Ishkanian

#StandWithCongo presents the London premiere of When Elephants Fight, a documentary on how multinational corporations and corrupt politicians in Democratic Republic of the Congo threaten human rights narrated by Robin Wright, House of Cards.

Nat Dyer is Campaign Leader for the DR Congo team at Global Witness (@GW_DRC). He has been working on environmental and anti-corruption issues in West and Central Africa for over 10 years.

Bandi Mbubi (@BandiMbubi) is Director of Congo Calling (@CongoCalling) working for the ethical management of natural resources in the DRC.

JD Stier (@jdstier) is an award-winning producer and campaign director, and is President of Stier Forward based in New York City.

Armine Ishkanian is Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

The Department of Social Policy (@LSESocialPolicy) is the longest established in the UK. The Department prides itself in being able to offer teaching based on the highest quality empirical research in the field.

Twitter Hashtag for this event: #LSECongo

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