We are dedicated to the following projects:
Stories of Injustice (Příběhy bezpráví)
A Month of Films in Schools (Měsíc filmu na školách)
Stories of Injustice Award (Cena Příběhů bezpráví)
From the Place Where We Live (Z místa, kde žijeme)
Against the Loss of Memory (Proti ztrátě paměti)
Media Education (Mediální vzdělávání)
Who Else? (Kdo jiný?)
Film clubs (Filmové kluby)
Looking for a LEADr. (Hledá se LEADr.)
Gratias Tibi Award (Cena Gratias Tibi)
Student elections (Studentské volby)
The Story of My Family (Příběh mojí rodiny)
Polls and surveys (Průzkumy a šetření)
School screenings as part of the One World festival (Jeden svět)
- Stories of Injustice
Using documentaries and feature films as well as other aids for teaching history, we acquaint primary and secondary school students with modern Czechoslovak history. Read more (pdf, 3,92 MB).
- Film clubs
We offer secondary school students the option of setting up a film club and legally screening documentaries for their fellow pupils free-of-charge.
- Who Else?
We assist young people in taking an active approach to societal events, e.g. in the form of team projects where students themselves deal with a local problem or help out in their own town or village.
- Student elections
Before the real elections in the Czech Republic, we organise simulated elections for students older than 15 years of age. Young people try out organising elections and expressing their opinions in student votes.
- One World Festival – school screenings
Within the framework of the One World International Human Rights Film Festival, we offer morning screenings that are specially adapted thematically to pupils’ ages.
- Gratias Tibi Award
We present the Gratias Tibi Award to young people who have changed the world around them for the better.
- Media Education
We support the development of media literacy of the students.
We organise courses accredited by the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports for teachers who want to teach their pupils using documentary film.
- Polls and surveys
We want to understand the pupils and students for whom we prepare our projects. That’s why we commission surveys that examine the lifestyle of young people as well as their attitudes and opinions.
Following the Czech example, One World in Schools has also been operating abroad for eight years (in Slovakia, Poland, Estonia, Romania, Germany, Lebanon, Georgia, Mongolia, Moldova, Armenia, Iraq, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia and Kosovo).