Al-Ghufran organizes exhibition to expose Qatari regime’s human rights violations

A delegation from the al-Ghufran tribe organized Monday an exhibition in the Broken Chair courtyard, exhibiting the human rights violations committed by the Qatari regime against them. Created by Daniel Berset, the Broken Chair symbolizes the struggles of mine victims. After a treaty (known as the Ottawa Treaty or the Mine Ban Treaty) to ban the use of anti-personnel mines was signed and came into action in 1997, Handicap International NGO commissioned the Swiss artist to create a piece of art that would draw attention to the victims of landmines to encourage nations to sign on to the treaty and stop using them.

 

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