Youth Producing Change 2010

A very exciting youth human rights film festival is taking part in London from the 19th-23rd March.

Young people are often on the frontline of the world’s human rights crises and we rarely get a chance to hear their voices and views. This film festival is a brilliant opportunity to do just that.

10 young filmmakers from around the world turned the cameras on themselves to show us their lives and their visions of change. Teen filmmakers from London, Armenia, Mozambique and New York will be present at the festival to participate in discussions following the screenings.

Human trafficking is above all a human rights violation, and some of the films being showcased deal with this growing global crime.

This film festival is a great opportunity to demonstrate the reality young people around the world are faced with, raise awareness and promote change through action.

You can attend the film festival on

Saturday, 20th March 2010 from 15:30pm
Film screening and discussion with youth filmmakers.

Institute of Contemporary Art, London (ICA)
12 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AH

Special Offer: Get £5 tickets by mentioning the code CHANGE in person at the ICA box office, or by ordering over the phone at ICA box office on 020 7930 3647(offer not valid online)

If you think your class at school will be interested in attending

Tuesday, 23rd March 2010 at 10:00am
Free screening for schools only. Discussion with London based youth filmmakers
Ritzy Picturehouse, Brixton
Brixton Oval, Coldharbour Lane, London SW2 1JG

Tickets are free, to book places you must RSVP, quoting full school name, year group and number of tickets to

If you’re a young person and want to get involved in fighting human trafficking creatively go to START FREEDOM and find out more about what you can do.


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