“Your commitment and positivity throughout the [stroke] recovery journey makes a huge difference. The story would have been different without you in the picture.” A comment from one audience member, David, to filmmaker and carer Fiona Lloyd-Davies that summed up the reaction as a whole to the Global Health Film series screening.
Sitting (virtually) alongside Fiona, one of the other panel discussion members, Professor Phil Edwards, who himself had suffered a stroke five year
Fiona Lloyd-Davies led a thoughtful discussion about sexual violence against women in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) following the screening of her feature documentary Seeds of Hope as part of the joint London School of Health and Tropical Medicine with Global Health Film screening series. Although filming on Seeds of Hope started over a decade ago, the discussion highlighted that many of the issues the film raises about the incidence of sexual violence in conflict as