Apart from Teacher’s training courses and those at education colleges, we hold additional training sessions as a part of the Cinema and Human Rights’ project, such as:
• One-day session with Israel Prison Service Education Officers from the Center-Shfela Region. Participants: about 40. The session introduced PCATI’s Education Project – Cinema and Human Rights: Bad Things Happen when Good People Keep Quiet, sample activities and joint brainstorming about how to introduce such content to prisoners.
• Participation in “Politics Week” at Kibbutzim College: for the past three years we have happily participated in this week of activities at Kibbutzim College on political and social issues. We run several education project activities at the college during the week.
• A unique forum of the project’s Teacher Training Course is the national teacher’s group, which includes members from all over the country. During last school year (2014-5), the group met five times for training in running Education Project activities, discuss challenges involved in human right education and serve as mutual support for their colleagues.
The Cinema and Human Rights program is generally open to a variety of initiatives and formats. We can tailor to any group or setting, whether for an ongoing series or a one-time session.