Speak for Human Rights is a project that encourages young people to learn about human rights and use arts to express them. Young people are mobilised to create spoken words presentations that use at least one of the articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). The articles of the UDHR can be found here.
- Young persons under the 40 years
- students are encouraged to participate
- Females, LGBTQ persons and people living with disability are encouraged to participate
How to Participate
- Record a Spoken Words Video. Mobile phones can be used for this purpose.
- Make your submission using the guidelines below (before the deadline – 5th July):
- All Videos will be uploaded to the Alpha LearnED Youtube Channel (30th June)
- Ask your friends and networks to subscribe to the Alpha LearnED Youtube Channel, like and comment on your video.
- The video with the best interactions will be declared the theme for the 2nd Anniversary of SEVICS.
- Winner takes the cash prize and other gift items including branded products and a chance to work with SEVICS for the next one month.
The best video gets the Speak-Rights Award and a cash prize of fifty thousand Naira among other goodies.
- To make a submission, ensure that your video quality is decent. Use any of the following options when submitting your video:
- Upload your video on any online storage service such as google drive, dropbox, idrive, etc and mail the link to firstname.lastname@example.org (cc email@example.com). Gmail users will find this option quite easy.
- Save to a Compact disk or memory stick and mail to Michael Ukwuma, 2 Bent Lane, GRA, Enugu.
- Manual submissions can be made if the participant is in Enugu.
- Submissions can be made via whatsapp as a last resort