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'what do human rights mean to you', or simply review some of the films and activities taking place during the week of the festival

visionOntv will be kicking off this year's Roehampton Human Rights film festival with a workshop to help you to make short news reports and and upload them to the web using just a mobile phone. The workshop is free and open to everyone, and will take place at the University of Roehampton in Duchesne 103 between 4pm and 6pm on Monday December 5th.

There will also be a related competition as part of the festival for the best news reports we receive that either answer the question 'what do human rights mean to you', or simply review some of the films and activities taking place during the week of the festival itself. If you want to enter the competition, simply post your entry to the Headmix channel here on VisionOntv

The film festival itself has been put together by Roehampton students but everyone is welcome to attend any of the screenings, all of which are free. We hope to see you there and look forward to seeing your news reports! Please reply here if you have any questions, or email me at d.tinham@roehampton.ac.uk

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