About the project

Over the last year, BIHR has been developing an exciting project to develop a digital, fully interactive human rights learning programme. Broadly speaking, the project aims to use new media to improve public understanding, across all sections of society, of what human rights law means in everyday life. In addition to supporting a totally new web platform, the funding is enabling the production of a number of innovative learning resources, ranging from social media-based educational tools, to an eBook, podcasts and webinars.

We are looking for a creative film production and animation team to work with us to produce four short films for a range of audiences, focussing on human rights law across a range of scenarios. We are willing to take bids for 1, 2, 3 or all of the films, including animation-only proposals.

To give just two examples: one film will consist in a series of case studies; another will be aimed at children, and totally animated. By using new media to bring human rights to life in this way, we hope to engage, educate and ultimately empower the public about their legally protected human rights. Our work shows that a little bit of legal knowledge can go a long way in improving people’s lives, and helps them to see that the law is for them.

Budget

We are looking for expressions of interest in the region of £5,000 - £7,000 including VAT for completion of all 4 films within the requisite timeframe.
Please note that we are willing to take bids for 1, 2, 3 or all of the films, including animation-only proposals.
All expressions of interest must be received by Tuesday 25th August.

Download the full tender here

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