Amnesty International launched a campaign together to help promote a photo contest for school children: “Rights in the eye”.
The competition requires the school children to awaken the human rights defender inside them. To recruit the future human rights activists three visuals were developed, which depict Gandhi, Martin Luther King and Nelson Mandela when they were still only kids. Contest entries should represent human rights and if possible illustrate where and how they were flouted. A selection of the best pictures will be showcased in a travelling exhibition in 2016.