Young People: What Do You Want To Know About Human Rights? (Deadline 4 August)
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Young People: What Do You Want To Know About Human Rights? (Deadline 4 August)

By Jack Satchell, Film Producer 3 Aug 2017
Young People
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Are you aged 15 to 24? Are you interested in human rights? Do you have access to social media? If so, we want to hear from you!

In honour of International Youth Day on 12 August, we want to answer the questions that matter most to our future human rights warriors. If you have a question about human rights, simply Tweet us @Rights_Info or send us a short video of you asking it and you could be featured in an upcoming RightsInfo video!

If you’re sending a video, here are just 4 guidelines

  1. Try to film somewhere quiet so we can hear what you’re saying
  2. Try and keep the camera steady so the we don’t get seasick watching it
  3. Have fun with it! (We highly condone any use of Snapchat filters)
  4. Send your questions by 10pm on Thursday 3rd August

You can send us the clip on FacebookTwitter (#HumanRightsQs) or email them directly to our video producer Jack (jack@rightsinfo.org)

So get thinking and get Tweeting/filming – we can’t wait to hear from you!

About The Author

Jack Satchell Film Producer

Jack is the resident film producer at EachOther. He's been making films professionally for over five years, and his work for EachOther has been viewed theatrically, on television and has reached a huge audience on our online platforms. He believes that film is the most powerful way of generating empathy and understanding each other.

Jack is the resident film producer at EachOther. He's been making films professionally for over five years, and his work for EachOther has been viewed theatrically, on television and has reached a huge audience on our online platforms. He believes that film is the most powerful way of generating empathy and understanding each other.