The Rights Studio

The Rights Studio is a new creative hub for people and organisations to engage on human rights issues affecting children, young people and future generations in creative and artistic ways.

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Living the Questions

“Love the questions themselves as if they were locked rooms…

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The Function of Art

“Diego had never seen the sea. His father took him…

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It Starts with You (or Me)

by Ghazal Keshavarzian and Mark Canavera Personal reflections on the…

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Time to Disobey

“One may well ask: “How can you advocate breaking some…

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Human Rights Day

On the occasion of Human Rights Day, December 10th, we are highlighting three videos where young activists share insights and advice for adults and present compelling reasons for collaboration among generations:

How can adults support young people?

What advice would young activists give to adults in order to work together for a better, fair and sustainable world?

Young activists from around the world gathered to discuss about the need of intergenerational partnerships and sharing insights and advice for adults on how to partner with them.

“Youth deserve a chance to craft the policies that are going to affect them for the duration of their lives”

A 28-minute keynote speech made by youth activist Nadine Clopton for UNA Sacramento, USA on UN Day, October 2021.

Nadine presents compelling reasons for collaboration among generations to respond to climate injustice and social injustice, to learn from one another, to question and to find new ways to share, to re-imagine and co-create a world in which all living things are valued and cared for.

“The function of art is to do more than tell it like it is – it’s to imagine what is possible.”

— bell hooks

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