Maura and Rosa, two illiterate women from a village with no light in El Salvador have just arrived at the Barefoot College in India to learn how to make solar panels. They never left their families and they don’t speak English. It seems impossible they will learn.
At the same time in South Peru Jeny and Paula, just returned from India, show that the Barefoot College is a place where the impossible become possible. They were just wives and mothers, now they have become solar engineers and they are traveling from village to village to bring the sun home...
After this short intro we kindly invite you to the screening of the award winning United Nations documentary, Bring the Sun Home, followed by a roundtable discussion with invited experts on the topics of energy and human rights. The event is organised by the International Diplomatic Student Association in cooperation with Effemine and the Student Association of Energy.
Date and Time: 12 December 2016, 18:30 (registration from 18:00)
Venue: Corvinus University of Budapest, Building C, Lecture Hall X
The movie and the discussion will be in English and is open for public, and highly recommended not just for university students.
The name of the experts of the roundtable discussion will be announced soon.
If you wish to participate please register on the following link:
IMDb page of the movie: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2781504/
See you there!