Meet the 17 students, and further alumni, who have been working hard to make this festival a success!
Read about the passion these students have for positive change and why they joined the festival team:
“I joined the festival to learn more about human rights and its impact and importance across the world.” Aliah Aziz – social media, marketing, event producer.
“I am excited to be a part of the festival as I am passionate about seeking justice and being an advocate for change.” Anna Powell – Right to Roam, Sorry Tree, Memory Lab.
“Joining the festival was a no brainer for me, I have always been passionate about Human Rights and see this as an opportunity to advocate for people who don’t have a voice, while expanding my own knowledge.” Emily Brierley – student vlogs, event producer.
“For me, being a part of the Human Rights Festival is allowing me to explore my passion for humanitarian work and be an advocate for change.” Sophy Botsford – Right to Roam, Sorry Tree, Memory Lab.
“The decision to join the Human Rights Festival came naturally to me, as I believe the festival creates an opportunity to advocate for groups that are still fighting for their basic rights. Together we can ignite a positive change and I am determined to be a part of it.” Kasia Kuchta – event producer, exhibition.
“I decided to take part in the festival because I am committed to advocating for human rights and being a catalyst for positive change.” Charlotte Clifford – Right to Roam, Sorry Tree, Memory Lab.
“I joined the festival to learn more about human rights. I wanted to help people that struggle to make their voice heard and need a safe space to do so.” Maria Rozalska – event producer.
“I joined the festival to be a part of something that advocates for change and helps give unheard people a voice.” Omar El Sherbini – social media, marketing.
“I joined the festival because I feel like it aligns with my desire to elevate the voices of marginalised people all across the world.” Ren Bennett – film, documentaries, podcast producer, event producer.
“I joined the festival because I wanted to help people who feel like they don’t have a voice and hopefully bring their stories to light.” Sophie Russell – event producer, exhibition.