Learning Through Film: Human Rights in Scotland has been created to engage with the widest audience possible. The resource has been extensively trialed and is recommended for organisations and community groups working across human rights related sectors. It aims to fill a current gap in Human Rights education in Scotland, with all films and workshops being set within a Scottish context.


Through a combination of participant activities and film-led group discussion exercises, the workshops provide a stimulating platform for participants across ages and interests to learn about Human Rights. This resource has been developed and tested by groups including NHS Glasgow and Edinburgh, Chooselife Scotland, Saughton Prison Educational Program and several secondary schools.


The workshops have been designed to be used either as a ten-part series or individually, permitting them to be adapted to specific or general programs relating to human rights. 







Learning Through Film for Organisations

and Community Groups.

Learning Through Film:

Human Rights in Scotland