2 Weeks. 7 Performances. 500 Spectactors. 10 Solutions.
The Human Rights! Bloody Human Rights! project is based at the School of Law, Queen Mary University of London. Email us here or written correspondence should be sent to
Professor Alan Dignam,
Human Rights! Bloody Human Rights! Project
School of Law
Queen Mary University of London
67-69 Lincoln's Inn Fields
London WC2A 3JB
Tel: +44(0)20 7882 8123.
Within these pages you wil find a story in film, photo and in text that tells of a British Company's involvement in the death of a woman in India. The plays form a mash up of real case studies of business human rights abuse around the world placed in a fictionalised context.
Watch the plays, read them, perform them, fix them and see if you agree with the legislation produced by our seven audiences. Alternately if you saw the original performances enjoy them again and read about the business and human rights issues behind the plays.
The driving ambition behind the Human Rights! Bloody Human Rights! project was a shared need by Professor Alan Dignam and Amnesty International to raise public awareness of important but complex aspects of business involvement in human rights abuse. This is the outcome.
Whether you are new to the project or you attended one of the performances, explore the site and most importantly tell us what you think by leaving a comment on the home page. Business and government engagement on the issues raised here will only increase if public pressure is brought. That future starts with you.
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