Actors for Human Rights is a network of more than 700 professional actors across the UK who are dedicated to drawing attention to human rights concerns. We respond to requests for rehearsed readings of our documentary plays and can go anywhere at any time.
Compelling and unflinching personal testimonies from some of the people hardest hit by the cuts.
Personal testimonies of asylum seekers living in the UK.
Exploring everyday encounters between asylum seekers and British people.
True stories of torture and abuse in the name of the war on terror.
First-hand testimonies from undocumented migrants living and working in London.
First-hand testimonies from the occupied Palestinian territories.
Stories of people living with poverty and homelessness in today’s Britain.
True stories of growing older in 21st Century Britain.
Voices from the front line of Europe’s approach to asylum.
Real words from those across Afghan society, including Western commentators from the front line.
The script is drawn from in-depth interviews with three Afghan women fighting for peace and protection for women’s rights in their conflict-affected country.