How can you get involved?
Whether it’s an installation in your foyer, a video on your TikTok channel, a workshop with a youth theatre group, a dedicated session with your local reading club, a collage with your class, we want to collect testimonies and amplify voices of young people, students, community groups and partners across the countries as they respond to what human rights mean to them in 2023.
If you want to be involved, we ask you to RSVP to this call out, and let us know how you plan to engage your audiences or local groups. We will collect testimonies from the 4 nations, and in the lead-up to the 10th December we will announce all the activity taking place with a dedicated Press Release, as well as sharing updates and amplifying voices on our social media channels.
You are welcome to take inspiration from the activities we ran over the past few years, such as Ai Wei Wei’s flag making pack, and from the schools Resource Packs available on our website, or engage in the way that is most meaningful to you and your autumn programme.
What’s the timeline?
- Plan how you/your school/your students can engage with the provocation.
- By Monday 6th November, 5pm UK time: RSVP by letting us know what your plans are and what the outcome of your engagement will be. You can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org, specifying
- Who you are?
- What are you planning?
- When will your activity take place? Is it on December 10th or in the lead up to the anniversary day?
- Where is the activity going to take place?
- First week of December: a Press Release will be issued with an update on all the plans submitted by groups and schools around the 4 nations.
- 1st – 10th December: email us your pictures & tag us in your social media posts, and we will be reposting your groups’ activities on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram! Our handle is @fueltheatre (Twitter and Instagram) and @we_flytheflag (Twitter and Instagram) , and use the hashtag #UDHR75anniversary