A Movement of Ordinary People - An Intergenerational film By Age Exchange with Amnesty International and St Ursula's Convent School exploring the stories of two campaigners and two prisoners of Conscience
Celebrating 70 years since the creation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights -
Age Exchange has worked closely with Amnesty International and students from St Ursula’s in Greenwich to create a film which reflects the student’s creative response to visiting Amnesty and learning about the organisation’s work and history. The students were given 5 case studies of current prisoners of conscience and campaigners and created their own response to these deeply moving testimonies. The film they made after working with Age Exchange for 10 weeks reflects both the challenging material they experienced, and their personal response to the UDHR and its meaning to each of them as individuals.
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