Student Film Clubs networked in Ukraine
08.04.2014 / Adéla Skálová
In Kiev, a OWIS coordinator, led a workshop and a presentation about Student Film Clubs. The program took place within the frame of the Docudays UA International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival which closely cooperate with the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival in Prague. The audience was composed mainly of the Ukrainian regional festival coordinators who organize screenings in their cities and villages. They wanted to know, how to organize school projections, how to lead student debates, how to attract new audiences and experts, and mainly how to motivate teachers. Many of them reflected that it is extremely important to have discussions and to teach about human rights at schools, especially in days following the Russian military intervention to Crimea.
We Welcomed Our Foreigner Partners in Prague
14.03.2014 / Kateřina Majdiaková
It was our pleasure to welcome the partners of One World in School programme in Prague within the frame of the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival. The representatives of foreigner institutions from Georgia, Mongolia, Armenia and Moldova have used know-how of One World in School programme, how to teach about the grievous topics according to documentary films. The guests attended school screenings for pupils and students and also special screening for Czech teachers. They also visited instructional lesson at secondary technical school in Liberec. Finally we prepared for them workshop focused on practical training using docs at schools. We would like to thank our partners for cooperation and we are looking forward future work. Look at our photo gallery.
School Screenings Have Just Started
05.03.2014 / Bohumila Beranová
The school screenings within the frame of the One World Internationl Human Rights Documentary Film Festival started on Mondey in Prague and they will be held till 12th of March. Then they will continue in regions of the Czech Republic. Films are chosen with respekt to the age of the audience. For younger audiences there is the Docs for Kids category, which this year touches on theme such as poverty, bullying, life on the streets, social exclusion and child labour. The Docs for Students presents a collection of films concerning undemocratic regimes, new media and their influence on young people, active citizenship, child labour and ecological behaviour. Our foreign partners also have arrived within the frame of the festival. More information about the educational programme One World in Schools you can find in our new leaflet.
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Student Early Parliamentary Elections
31.10.2013 / Jana Havlíčková
In connection with Student elections, students had a chance to ask politicians on debate that we carried out one day before Student election in Prague. Look at the video.
New Educational Toolkit in Armenia
14.08.2013 / Kateřina Majdiaková
Mongolian Teachers Were Trained How to Use Our Audiovisual Material
10.06.2013 / Kateřina Majdiaková
Meeting of the Youth from Europe Focused on Global Hunger and Poverty
04.06.2013 / Kateřina Majdiaková
Almost 51,000 Pupils Have Visited School Screenings
17.05.2013 / Bohumila Beranová
The school screenings within the frame of the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival have been over. Young spectators had the opportunity to watch films on social exclusion, old age and live with a disability. Almost 51,000 pupils with their teachers have come to the cinemas this year, 38,000 in regions of the Czech Republic, 13,000 in Prague.
Educational Materials in Practise in Macedonian Schools
06.05.2013 / Kateřina Majdiaková
New Educational Toolkit in Macedonia
26.03.2013 / Kateřina Majdiaková
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