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We’ve got rights

2012 // Childrens, Educational Film, Informational Film, Music Video, Digital 2D

3:24
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Dir: Amy Bannister


What is the film about?

‘We’ve all got rights’ is a fantastic song by children and staff from Crosby High School, Ormskirk and animation by Amy Bannister.

The catchy and uplifting song tells the story of some of the rights that children have, such as the right to health and health services (Article 24 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child), the right to be protected from child labour (Article 32), rights relating to refugee children (Article 22) and many more.

The animation shows many children’s rights being fulfilled and even features the lyrics for you to sing along.

A little background information...

Approached via university to create an animation to accompany the song for UNICEF.

How was the film made?

Flash animation.

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