Tales of Chocolate and Human Rights

My final Chocolate Factory book cover design and illustration

Chocolate
Factory is a bittersweet assortment of short stories created by young
writers between the ages of 11 – 18. In response to a short story
competition delivered by the Centre for Applied Human Rights at the
University of York and Amnesty International UK, young authors wrote on
the theme of chocolate and human rights. Entries were received from
Ghana and the United Kingdom. Three winning stories and all the
shortlisted entries can be found in this delectable, thought-provoking
collection.

Book Editors
Juliana Mensah, Artist in Residence, Centre for Applied Human Rights
Rose Drew, Anthropologist and Publisher, Stairwell Books

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