Students then split into three groups and rotated through different workshops:
My workshop had students look at a couple of Human Rights and Amnesty International Videos, (we also added one, by request, about the Rights of the Child). Students then watched my, rather dry, attempt at a 10x15 pecha kucha, explaining the IDU. They then watched a few proper examples.
At the end of the session students let me know who they wanted to work with. Groups had to be made of three or four students, but they could choose who they wanted to work with (this worked really well, and students fed back to us that they liked this).
After lunch students were split into five different rooms, and had time to decide on their topic and start researching!