BCLC Christina Beresford Human Rights Video CompetitionDate: 21/09/2022
BCLC Christina Beresford Human Rights Video Competition
1st prize: 200 euro
Runner up prize: 100 euro
The winning video will be screened at BCLC’s 20th anniversary celebration in The Axis.
WHO CAN ENTER
Young people aged between 12-18
Living or going to school in Ballymun
Individual or team entries accepted
Videos should focus on one human right that they feel is relevant to daily life in Ballymun, and how as young people they can play a part in the protection and realisation of that right.
Videos should be at least 3 minutes long and maximum 5 minutes.
Marks will be given for creativity and relevance.
HOW TO ENTER
Complete an entry form, including parental consent forms for all entrants/young people in the video, email to email@example.com and you will be sent a unique link to a shared folder to upload your video.
Alice Walsh, Barrister and BITE board member.
Tony Geoghan, member of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission.
Mary Garrick, solicitor and former Senior Executive Solicitor at Fingal County Council.
The competition is generously sponsored by Cormac O’Ceallaigh & Co. Solicitors, Phibsborough.
Application form is here: Christina Beresford Human Rights Video Competition Application Form
Further Information Sheet is here:Christina Beresford Human Rights Video Competition Information Sheet
Powerpoint presentation on human rights given to Trinity Comp: Christina Beresford Human rights video competition (presentation)
Email entries to firstname.lastname@example.org before 5pm on the 20th October 2022