Today’s events at the Human Rights Festival (see http://www.humanrightsfestivalni.com/ for more)
Making Campaign Videos (Introductory Workshop)Friday 13 December10:00am – 12:00pm
Human Rights Consortium, 143 Royal Avenue, Belfast, BT1 IFH
A workshop providing an introduction to making your own campaign video. Covering basic skills from story boarding, shooting, editing and uploading to online promotion, this workshop has been designed for charities and the community and voluntary sector.
Ticket information: – £3 (maximum of 16 places)
Groundhog Day: Five Years on from the Bill of Rights AdviceFriday 13 December2:30pm-4:00pm
Belfast Campus of University of Ulster Rm 82D23 and Magee Campus of the University of Ulster Rm ME013B (via videolink)
On December 10th, 2008 the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission delivered its long awaited advice on a Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland to the Secretary of State. During the last five years we have seen the Secretary of State’s controversial response to this advice and the completion of a report on a UK Bill of Rights. We have also seen the issue of a Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland raised before UN human rights bodies.
Our speakers will be addressing Why no bill of Rights five years on? Why Northern Ireland (still) needs a Bill of Rights; Where to from here?
This event is organised by LLM students on TJI’s Human Rights Law and Transitional Justiceprogramme
Confirmed line up:
Fiona McCausland, Human Rights Consortium
Patrick Yu, Northern Ireland Council for Ethnic Minorities (NICEM)
Paddy Kelly, Children’s Law Centre
Tom Hadden, Transitional Justice Institute (Ulster) / QUB Human Rights Centre
Brian Gormally, Committee on the Administration of Justice (CAJ)
RSVP: Elaine McCoubrey firstname.lastname@example.org (please specify if you wish to attend at Belfast or Magee).
Anatomy of Women’s RightsFriday 13 December6:00pm – 8:00pm
Na Croisbhealai Cafe, King’s Street
We welcome you to a Women’s Rights Bootcamp to explore issues affecting Northern Ireland’s women through bursts of culture and examine the Anatomy of Women’s Rights.
Ticket information: Free