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CNVLD Sport and Development Exhibition - To Be Deter-Mined, At Arms Length

CNVLD Sport and Development Exhibition - To Be Deter-Mined, At Arms Length

The Cambodian National Volleyball League (Disabled) exhibition ‘To Be Deter-Mined / At Arms Length - An Exhibition from Cambodia’ will be officially opened at the Palais des Nations in Geneva as a highlight of the Ninth Meeting of States Parties to the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention to be held from 24-28 November 2008.

Date

11/24/2008 00:00

Location

Geneva, Switzerland

The multi dimensional Exhibition is a positive and uplifting portrayal of the remarkable progress of Cambodian athletes with a disability, over the past decade, including reaching No 3 in the world in Standing Volleyball.

70 % of the CNVLD athletes are the survivor of the landmine and these athletes are internationally recognised as leading Cambodia's sporting development.

The Exhibition includes 7 major photo essays from 4 internationally recognised photographers including John Vink from Magnum and leading Asian based photographer Luke Duggleby, along with 35 sculptural works manufactured from destroyed AK 47's, one hundred 2 mtr x 1mtr photo text banners and a moving display of 2000 used Prostheses from Cambodia.

The Exhibition: To be Deter-mined: Auditorium: Room X111: Palais des Nations: 24-28 November, 2008.

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