This year is our 10th anniversary and to celebrate we are showing 10 films over 5 days. Each focusing on a different region: Africa, the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
In attracting diverse audiences to each of our screenings, the festival hopes to raise awareness about a range of human rights concerns among students and the wider Oxford community. The festival is completely free and open to all.
Each year the festival engages academics, film directors, actors and celebrities to present films and take part in the lively audience discussions following the screenings.The first festival opened in March 2003, sponsored by Oxfam, and lasted 5 days.
Check out full details, including how to book tickets, at http://www.oxfordhumanrightsfestival.org/