HART is running our annual Prize for young people who are interested in Human Rights.
Students in our senior category (aged 18-25) can win £300, a week’s work experience and tea at the House of Lords with HART Founder Baroness Cox.
This is a brilliant opportunity for students to examine and engage with Human Rights issues that affect millions of people around the world.
There are two categories, a Creative project or Essay writing.
(Entrants can submit pieces for one or both categories, but limit this to only one entry for each)
Creative project: produce a creative piece of work about the Human Rights or Humanitarian situation in any of the countries in which HART works
Essay writing: research and write a 1200 word essay on a topic of their choice that is related to any of the countries in which HART works
Deadline: Midnight on Monday 26th February 2018
To find out more and download an Information pack - click here
Please share the news of the competition with your students and University societies so everyone has the chance to take part in this great opportunity. To help you, forward this email or copy our example tweet/facebook/linkedin post on your social media.
Tweet:18-25 yr olds can win £300 by entering @HARTnews Essay or Creative #HumanRightscompetition. Find out more: https://www.hart-uk.org/get-involved/humanrightsprize/
Facebook/linkedin: @Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART UK) are running their annual creative and essay competition for young people interested in Human Rights. If you’re aged between 18-25 you could win £300, a week of work experience and tea at the House of Lords with Baroness Cox!
Find out more about how you can enter here: https://www.hart-uk.org/get-involved/humanrightsprize/
HART Prize for Human Rights