One World in Brussels
One World in Brussels is organized by People in Need in cooperation with the Czech Centre Brussels, the European Parliament, and the Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the EU.
Viewers in Brussels have the opportunity to watch a selection of the most important documentaries on human rights screened at One World in the Czech Republic. The screenings are followed by discussions with human rights defenders, filmmakers, politicians, and representatives of the international community of non-profit organizations. This way, One World in Brussels goes to the heart of major European institutions in order to draw attention to serious cases of human rights violations.
Main partners of the festival in Brussels include the Human Rights and Democracy Network, Bozar – Centre for Fine Arts, the Embassy of the Kingdom of Norway, United Nations Regional Information Centre, Prague House, European Partnership for Democracy, European Endowment for Democracy, and EUROPEUM.
Other partners from non-governmental and international organizations part in individual screenings and Q&As.
The 2021 edition was held under the auspices of Edita Hrdá, Permanent Representative of the Czech Republic to the EU, and Věra Jourová, Vice-President of the European Commission for Values and Transparency.