December 6, 2017 • 6:30PM
Lian Gogali and her 500 female students are a force to be reckoned with the conflict torn area of Poso, Indonesia. They are part of a powerful and successful movement for peace and justice in an area that has been racked by inter-religious violence for over a decade. But five years ago, Lian was just a single mother living in rural Poso with a broken leg and a big dream to educate marginalized women. The Peace Agency follows her remarkable journey from her village to New York City to create The Women’s School, an institution that transforms its all-female class into agents of peace and non-violence grassroots activism that has altered the course of the conflict in Poso, and possibly the future of Indonesia.
“The Peace Agency” features the progress of The Women’s School, a grassroots interfaith
women’s education campaign turning “conflict victims” into empowered agents for peace and justice in Poso, Indonesia
The school’s Curriculum includes:
+ Religion and Tolerance + Gender + Women and
Politics + Women and Culture + Social Service Rights +
Public Speaking + Community Economy + Economic
Management + Reproductive Health
Learn more at perempuanposo.com
Following the film, stay to join us for an interview and Q&A with the film’s director, Sue Unseem!
Sue is an American documentary filmmaker and entrepreneur currently residing in Asia. “The Peace Agency” is her second feature film.