Human Rights Watch films for educational screenings

Received by e-mail, From: Marianna Reis, Date: 21/10/2010

YOUTH PRODUCING CHANGE COLLECTION VOL 1 – 3:

30 POWERFUL FILMS ON HUMAN RIGHTS – Now Available for free on DVD to teachers worldwide for educational screenings.

Armed with digital cameras and their own creativity – young people across the globe are bravely exposing human rights issues faced by themselves and their communities. YOUTH PRODUCING CHANGE is a program of short films created by filmmakers under the age of 19. Youth Producing Change is presented by Adobe Youth Voices in association with the Human Rights Watch Film Festival. 

To request the Youth Producing Change series, please email us by e-mail.
*International orders require a FedEx Account Number.

Youth Producing Change Vol. 1 (68 min.)
Themes from this series include U.S. immigration policies, child labor, aboriginal identity, and environmental degradation. Countries featured in this collection include Canada, South Africa, The United States, and Senegal.
For more information on vol. 1, click here.

Youth Producing Change Vol. 2 (71 min.)
Themes from this series include the HIV/AIDS pandemic, water rights, police brutality, and homelessness. Countries featured in this collection include Iran, Mozambique, Armenia, Tibet, and the United States.
For more information on vol. 2, click here.

Youth Producing Change Vol. 3 (68 min.)
Themes from this series include food security, sexual identity, refugees and migration, and the caste system. Countries featured in this collection include India, Colombia, Afghanistan, Congo, and the Palestinian Territories.
For more information on vol. 3, click here.

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