Sat, Oct
20

Amnesty BRAVE Concert 2018

7:15pm
¥1,000 (on the door)

Join Amnesty International in the fight against prejudice and discrimination towards disabled individuals in Kyrgyzstan.

Amnesty International is hosting a human rights concert to support women in Kyrgyzstan who raise their voices to promote and protect the rights of individuals with disabilities. Why not come along to a night that promises great music, company and entertainment while supporting human rights across the world?

Join other activists and advocates of humanity on Saturday October 20th to enjoy live music featuring artists Futari, Mahipoki and CARIB ROCKS!

The event will be held at Cozmo’s Cafe in Shibuya.
While reservations are not strictly required, they are appreciated

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