How can human rights issues be incorporated into film?
How can films enhance human rights awareness?
How to use films for influencing social change?
Since 2005 Cinema, Human Rights and Advocacy (CHRA) brings together students and professionals from all over the world involved in the fields of film, digital media and human right to reflect on the use of film and video advocacy as an instrument for enhancing human rights awareness on critical social, political and environmental issues, and to influence change.
CHRA is a training initiative offered by the Huston School of Film & Digital Media and the Irish Centre for Human Rights, part of the National University of Ireland, Galway and supported by Open Society Foundations.Application deadline Extended to 15th May 2014.
Please note that whilst the application deadline has been extended, we strongly advise applicants from Non EU member states to contact the nearest Irish Consulate or Embassy to check the processing time of Visa applications and whether you need to comply with any other requirements before you submit your application for the summer school. All scholarships for international students have now been allocated. In the event of applications' withdrawals scholarships will be re- allocated to other applicants requesting financial assistance.