June 11, 10:15 p.m. there will be a free movie screening at the Disabled Beach Car Park.

Pre-registration required for the car: https://forms.gle/GMWuoNPZS4nnRxm86

The Netflix company did not remain indifferent to the fate of the oceans and contributed to the film “Mission blue”. Next to the amazing images of the underwater world, you will see the impact of human activities on the biodiversity of the oceans and seas. Klaipeda was recently shaken by the “unscrewed pipe” AB grigeo Klaipeda scandal. (grigeo is specially written in lower case).

We invite you to watch this film together so that we will never again be indifferent to this type of crime and have a better understanding of what the 17 Sustainable Development Goals are and how we can contribute to their achievement.

About the movie “Mission blue”: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2004304/

This film screening is a project “SDG Documentary Film Session on the Field Screen” funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania and Lithuanian Development Cooperation.

The project is implemented by the Public Institution Creative and Innovation Laboratory.
Partners: Klaipeda – European Youth Capital 2021, Klaipeda City Municipality, Klaipeda Association of Youth Organizations “Round Table”.

Photographs will be taken during the event.

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