Festival / Talks and Readings / 05-10 December 2022

Write for Rights 2022 – Letter writing space

Tickets: FREE (no booking required)


This event is part of PROJECT PROTECT PROTEST, a weeklong act-in for future protest at Project Arts Centre. Check out the full programme here!

The installation is open between 3pm and 6pm, visitors are welcome come and go as they please. Drop in and join in!

Show Time: 3-6pm (Drop in at anytime!)

“From the bottom of my heart, this campaign has kept me alive, it’s what has stopped them from killing me because they know that you are there.”
Jani Silva, Environmental defender, 2021

Every year, victims of injustice around the world are liberated because people like you add your voice to a multitude and create effective protest. Come and learn about people around the world who are in prison right now, just for peacefully protesting. Write a letter – to change their lives.

Each day, the space will be open for you to drop in when it suits and sit and write a letter. We’ll have information on all the people facing injustice for peacefully protesting. We’ll have paper and pens and envelopes, you can write as many letters as you want, you can stay for as long or as little time as you like. You can have a chat with us or we can leave you alone. As well as writing to the authorities, you can write directly to the people facing injustice. Your solidarity will mean the world to them. We’ll be there to talk you through it.

If you can’t make it in, please do take action online: Write for Rights 2022 – Amnesty International Ireland


If you require assistance for your visit, please do not hesitate to contact us at access@projectartscentre.ie or call 01 8819 613 . You can find the latest information about Project’s accessibility here.


Our work is funded solely by the individual contributions of our members. Become a Member – Amnesty International Ireland

Project Arts Centre is proudly supported by The Arts Council and Dublin City Council.


The content describes injustice faced by peaceful protestors around the world, some cases include violence and sexual violence and may not be suitable for young people. even though violence and sexual violence are mentioned, the details or any imagery around these incidents are not. There will be volunteers present who can support you to guide you to the most appropriate material.

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