Four Freedoms Forum (FFF) is an innovative and inspirational institution promoting independent public policy research and providing advanced analysis with a moral methodological approach to guarantee human rights and fundamental freedoms. Through reasoned discourse and respectful dialogue, Four Freedoms Forum ensures exchange of information to reach deeper understanding of our recognized human rights and engages all stakeholders in the United States of America to protect fundamental freedoms.
FFF is organizing Honolulu Human Rights Film Festival at Honolulu Museum of Art from November 3 - 9, 2012. It will feature six nights of feature length films including short documentaries created by communities impacted by human rights violations. There will also be a panel presentation providing opportunities for viewers to participate in current campaigns. One of the highlights of the events will be evening commemorating the 2 year anniversary of the historic US review at the Universal Periodic Review in Geneva. That evening the premiere of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights teaching tool featuring 30 advocates from Across America reading the articles. This teaching tool will be available online with a short and full version of UDHR being read by our fellow advocates for freedom. On the opening night there will also be a presentation of the upcoming Women Create Life art exhibit that will premiere at annual Human Rights Day during Hawaii State Legislature session and unveil new art drawing including woman of Oceania into exhibit of Women of the World.