Undermining Justice screens on Al Jazeera’s People and Power Strand



Undermining Justice - Mosaic Films (Large)

Mosaic Films’ latest documentary screens this week on Al Jazeera International as part of its People and Power strand.

Peru: Undermining Justice is a film about corporate greed, and the sophisticated ways multinational companies avert justice.

Conflicts between mining companies and local communities have exploded across the world in recent times, as often remote societies are forced to accept mining projects they fear will destroy their environment and livelihoods. This is the story of one such mining company, and a group of local Peruvians who have tried everything to stop their livelihood being destroyed, with disastrous consequences.

The programme screens for one week on Al Jazeera (in the UK on Sky Digital, Channel 514/ Freesat, Channel, 203/ Freeview, Channel 89) at the following times:

Wednesday, May 2: 1930 DC, 0630 KL, 0130 Doha, 2330 GMT
Thursday May 3, 0630 DC, 1730 KL, 1230 Doha, 1030 GMT
Friday May 4, 0030 DC, 1130 KL, 0630 Doha, 0430 GMT
Saturday May 5, 1330 DC, 0030 KL, 1930 Doha, 1730 GMT
Sunday May 6, 1930 DC, 0630 KL, 0130 Doha, 2330 GMT
Monday May 7, 0630 DC, 1730 KL, 1230 Doha, 1030 GMT
Tuesday May 8, 0030 DC, 1130 KL, 0630 Doha, 0430 GMT
Wednesday May 9, 1330 DC, 0030 KL, 1930 Doha, 1730 GMT

And after that will be available to view at aljazeera.com/programmes/peopleandpower/

Director: Michael Watts
Executive Producer: Andy Glynne

For more information see Our Films.







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