One world 2011

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Submitter: People in Need foundation
Cooperation: Bohdan Bláhovec
Concept: Bohdan Bláhovec
Design: Štěpánka Bláhovcová
Not realised (2011)

The One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, organised by the People in Need foundation, is currently the largest human rights film festival in the world. More than 100,000 viewers attend it every year. The films shown at One World provide comprehensive information on the entire gamut of human rights, foreign-policy and social issues. The festival demonstrates how effective a tool documentary film can be, if it is used strategically for increasing awareness, education, advocating human rights, stimulating debate, and promoting social integration.

The aim of One World’s activities is to awaken a sense of joint responsibility among audiences for the state of society and to support their inclinations towards civic activism.


Visual style


Submitter: People in Need foundation
Cooperation: Bohdan Bláhovec
Concept: Bohdan Bláhovec
Design: Štěpánka Bláhovcová
Not realised (2011)

The One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, organised by the People in Need foundation, is currently the largest human rights film festival in the world. More than 100,000 viewers attend it every year. The films shown at One World provide comprehensive information on the entire gamut of human rights, foreign-policy and social issues. The festival demonstrates how effective a tool documentary film can be, if it is used strategically for increasing awareness, education, advocating human rights, stimulating debate, and promoting social integration.

The aim of One World’s activities is to awaken a sense of joint responsibility among audiences for the state of society and to support their inclinations towards civic activism.