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Action for Change| 14mins
Director: Paul Redman | Producer: Tim Lewis
Focus Years: 2009 | Country: United Kingdom
Subject Tags: conflict, human rights, myanmar, politics, violence
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Handcrafted Films launches a new film for Amnesty International UK following a group of student activists as they march through central London protesting on behalf of political prisoners in Burma. The film, launched countrywide in universities, aims to help guide students in preparing for and running peaceful demonstrations in the U.K.. Amnesty students took to the streets of London to take action for the Generation 88 Student Group of political prisoners in Burma. This was part of Action For Change 2009, Amnesty’s annual student activism training event, where students learn skills to take back to their campuses.

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