Agenda.- Sound of Torture is a documentary film that follows the story of Meron Estefanos, a Swedish-Eritrean radio host.
Sound of Torture is a documentary film that follows the story of Meron Estefanos, a Swedish-Eritrean radio host. She broadcasts a weekly radio program on the situation of the Eritrean hostages held in Sinai, during which she fields live calls from hostages and their relatives.It is a harrowing journey, leading Meron to Israel and the Sinai Desert, and exposing the horrific reality of the torture camps and of the many victims they have claimed.
Sound of Torture, 60 minutes, VO (English, Arabic, Hebrew and local languages), with English sub-titles
Janice Marshall, Deputy Director (Policy and Law) of the Division of International Protection of UNHCR
Gerry Simpson, Senior Researcher and Advocate, Refugee Program, Human Rights Watch Meron Estefanos, Swedish-Eritrean radio host and protagonist of the film
Vincent Chetail, Professor of International Law and Director, Global Migration Centre, Graduate Institute