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Photo Exhibition – ‘The long struggle for justice in Guatemala’

‘The long struggle for justice in Guatemala’ is a photo exhibition highlighting Trócaire’s work on human rights in Guatemala.

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The photo exhibition is being held in The Irish Aid Volunteering and Information Centre, 27-31 Upper O’Connell St, Dublin 1.

The exhibition will be launched by Mr Joe Costello T.D., Minister of State for Trade and Development.

The exhibition will be open to the public in the Irish Aid Centre Monday to Saturday, 9am-7pm, until 31st July. Admission is free.

“To demand justice is not an act of revenge, to demand justice is not tantamount to vengeance, to demand justice does not equal a call for violence, to demand justice is not about ideology, it is not about left or right. To demand justice is a right.”

Photos by Elena Hermosa.

Watch the accompanying documentary ‘The long struggle for justice in Guatemala’ by Elena Hermosa

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