March 22nd, 2018

HART Prize for Human Rights 2018| Wake up

With the most number of entries we’ve ever received, the competition was even harder with such exceptional submissions that demonstrated inspiring passion for Human Rights advocacy.
Joint 1st winner Jude Sheridan with Agnieszka
Jude Sheridan, 19, won joint 1st place in our HART Prize for Human Rights Senior Creative Category 2018 with her spoken word piece titled: Wake up My creative entry is a piece of spoke word poetry that focuses on the human rights crisis in Sudan, one of the countries in which HART works....

March 22nd, 2018

HART Prize for Human Rights 2018| Snatched

With the most number of entries we’ve ever received, the competition was even harder with such exceptional submissions that demonstrated inspiring passion for Human Rights advocacy. Rachel Rotimi, 19, won joint 1st place in our HART Prize for Human Rights Senior Creative Category 2018 with her art titled:   Snatched  In this piece I hoped to depict the tragic kidnapping of the 276 Chibok girls in Borno State, Nigeria in April 2014 by the terrorist group- Boko Haram....

March 22nd, 2018

HART Prize for Human Rights 2018| Dark Past, Golden Future

With the most number of entries we’ve ever received, the competition was even harder with such exceptional submissions that demonstrated inspiring passion for Human Rights advocacy.  
Catarina with guest creative judge Agnieszka Kolek
Catarina Felix Machado, 25, won 2nd place in our HART Prize for Human Rights Senior Creative Category 2018 with her art titled: Dark Past, Golden Future  This artwork portrays the country of Timor-Leste....

March 22nd, 2018

HART Prize for Human Rights 2018| Tree

With the most number of entries we’ve ever received, the competition was even harder with such exceptional submissions that demonstrated inspiring passion for Human Rights advocacy. Boluwatife Kusoro, 19, won 3rd place in our HART Prize for Human Rights Senior Creative Category 2018 with her short story titled: Tree
The purpose of this piece is to examine the cultural and religious nature of female genital mutilation.
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March 22nd, 2018

HART Prize for Human Rights 2018| Pajok

With the most number of entries we’ve ever received, the competition was even harder with such exceptional submissions that demonstrated inspiring passion for Human Rights advocacy.
Junior Creative winner Ruksar Hussain with guest creative judge Agnieszka Kolek
Ruksar Hussain, 18, won 1st place in our HART Prize for Human Rights Junior Creative Category 2018 with her short story titled: Pajok  Ever since the white man had come and talked about – what did he call it?...

March 22nd, 2018

HART Prize for Human Rights 2018| No voice but something to say

With the most number of entries we’ve ever received, the competition was even harder with such exceptional submissions that demonstrated inspiring passion for Human Rights advocacy. Yasemin Ismail and Desiree Ankrah, 13, won 2nd place in our HART Prize for Human Rights Junior Creative Category 2018 with their painting titled: No voice but something to say  Our entry is based on Nigeria and the problem that we are focusing on is the kidnapping of the girls by Boko Haram....

March 22nd, 2018

HART Prize for Human Rights 2018| ‘Our Prayers, Our Rights, Our Pencil’

With the most number of entries we’ve ever received, the competition was even harder with such exceptional submissions that demonstrated inspiring passion for Human Rights advocacy. Maria Georgiana Sophie Giles, 13, won 3rd place in our HART Prize for Human Rights Junior Creative Category 2018 with her sculpture titled: Our Prayers, Our Rights, Our Pencil   My piece is based on education in Myanmar, Burma....

March 20th, 2018

HART Prize for Human Rights 2018| ‘The Difficulties and Solutions in Creating an Effective Human Rights Discourse in Countries which Practice FGM’

With the most number of entries we’ve ever received, the competition was even harder with such exceptional submissions that demonstrated inspiring passion for Human Rights advocacy.  Tabitha Everett, 20, won 1st place in our HART Prize for Human Rights Senior Essay Category 2018 with her essay titled: The Difficulties and Solutions in Creating an Effective Human Rights Discourse in Countries which Practice FGM “Women manage and control female genital surgery in Africa and the practice should not be blamed on men or on patriarchy”....

March 20th, 2018

HART Prize for Human Rights 2018| ‘To what Extent can we Consider Democracy to be a Human Right? How does Uganda Reflect this?’

With the most number of entries we’ve ever received, the competition was even harder with such exceptional submissions that demonstrated inspiring passion for Human Rights advocacy.
Hannah Mordey collecting her certificate for 2nd place in the Senior Essay Category of the HPHR18
Hannah Mordey, 19, won 2nd place in our HART Prize for Human Rights Senior Essay Category 2018 with her essay titled: To what Extent can we Consider Democracy to be a Human Right?...

March 20th, 2018

HART Prize for Human Rights 2018| ‘Facing a moral quandary: from Churchill to Suu Kyi’

With the most number of entries we’ve ever received, the competition was even harder with such exceptional submissions that demonstrated inspiring passion for Human Rights advocacy.
Joint 2nd Prize Senior Essay Winner, Maya Muller collecting her prize
  Maya Muller, 20, won 2nd place in our HART Prize for Human Rights Senior Essay Category 2018 with her essay titled: Facing a moral quandary: from Churchill to Suu Kyi When Winston Churchill ordered the destruction of the French fleet as part of Operation Catapult on the West Algerian coast in 1940, he made a risky decision which would have major repercussions on the future course of French-British diplomatic relations....
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