The 21st edition of the jhr Rights Report starts off examining the viral phenomenon that has come to be known as Kony 2012. First, jhr social media correspondent @DamianoR looks at the work of Invisible Children, then James Topham from War Child Canada talks about alternative ways of drawing attention to a complex conflict.

This week the Rights Report hears from one of the Vietnamese boat people who came to Canada in the early 1980s seeking refuge from war.

Tune-in next week, the jhr Rights Report gets an update from the UN-backed tribunal against Khmer Rouge officials in Cambodia.

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