30 June 2020, 5 pm CEST
Summer School in Cinema Human Rights and Advocacy
The 15th edition of the Summer School in Cinema Human Rights and Advocacy is a training initiative aimed at young professionals wishing to broaden their understanding on the connections between human rights, films, digital media and video advocacy, to share ideas and foster participatory and critical thinking on urgent human rights issues, debate with experts and filmmakers from all over the world during the 77th Venice international Film Festival and learn how to use films as a tool for social and cultural change.
Up to 16 tuition waivers are now available for professionals and students whose field of expertise and research focuses on children rights and are, or wish to become, leaders in their community and worldwide to promote and protect the rights of the child through the connections between human rights, films, digital media and video advocacy.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- Human rights
- Children rights
- Digital media
ALL WORLD COUNTRIES
from 31st August to 6th September 2020.
- Candidates must hold a university degree (BA, MA or PhD) and have relevant experience (paid or voluntary work) in areas related to children and human rights, education, digital media and communication.
- EU and non-EU professionals, experts, students, advocates, film-makers and anyone involved in advancing the work and the research in the global children’s rights issues.
The selection will be based on the quality of the letter of motivation, the candidate’s experience and the quality, originality and creativity of a project on children’s rights issues (Candidates should demonstrate how their participation at the CHRA and project development will contribute to their professional or academic career and what is the expected impact of their project in advancing the rights of the child).
- The full tuition waiver with a value of €1342,00.
- Lunches and coffee breaks on class days.
- Venice Film Festival accreditation.
First Step: Apply for the tuition waiver by downloading the application form onto your computer from here, then fill your personal and professional details.
Second Step: Provide the following in your tuition waiver application form:
- Letter of motivation (approx. 300 words), Guidelines can be found at the end of the form.
- Project description: outline a detailed work plan on a children’s rights issue to be completed during the Summer School’s period (research, audio-visual and/or advocacy project. Outreach and expected outcomes are to be included in the work-plan. (approx. 500 words).
- List of publications and/or film productions.
- 2 recently dated and signed reference letters.
Third Step: Apply to the CRHA programme by uploading the following along with the filled tuition waiver application form on the website by clicking on ‘Apply Now‘:
- An updated CV.
- A copy of university degree certificate.
- Motivation Letter.
Fourth Step: Submit your application (early registration is strongly recommended as the number of places are limited).
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This Scholarship Published by:
“Farah Sameh/ Egypt“
- Reviewed by” Hager Darwish / Egypt ”
MARJ3 Scholarships Team