Congratulations to the talented young photographers who beat off stiff competition schools across the UK to win 2013's Young Human Rights Photographer Awards.

Upper Primary and Lower Secondary

Winner: Eve Wilson, 10, Laugharne School, Laugharne, Wales
Runner up: Ayrton Cable, 10, Hampton Court House School, Surrey
Runner up: Sharanya Roy, 9, Knaphill Junior School, Woking, Surrey

Upper Secondary and Sixth Form

Winner: Nancy Cofie, 16, The Charter School, Dulwich, London
Runner up: Isabel Watkins, 15, The Royal School, Haslemere, Surrey 
Runner up: Stephanie Piedra, 17, The Charter School, Dulwich, London

Shortlists: Top Ten Finalists

Upper Primary and Lower Secondary

  • Lewis Wooltorton, Therfield School, Leatherhead, Surrey
  • Ashlea Davies, Wirral Grammar School for Girls, Bebington
  • Rebecca Williams, Wirral Grammar School for Girls, Bebington
  • Chloe Rowlands, Wirral Grammar School for Girls, Bebington
  • Luka Philip, Wirral Grammar School for Girls, Bebington
  • Alexandra Ingram, Orchard Park, Laugharne
  • Eve Wilson, Ysgol Lacharn
  • Sharanya Roy, Knaphill Junior School, Knaphill
  • Ayrton Cable, Hampton Court House, Surrey
  • Nicole McPeake, Waldegrave School, Twickenham

Upper Secondary and Sixth Form

  • Nancy Cofie, The Charter School, Red Post Hill, London
  • Rebekah Williams, The Charter School, Red Post Hill, London
  • Stephanie Piedra, The Charter School, Red Post Hill, London
  • Shannon Goody, Lagan College
  • Chloe Horsfield, Benton Park, Rawdon
  • Holly Bairstow, Benton Park, Rawdon
  • Anna Williams, The Henley College, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire
  • Sinem Kilinc, Waldegrave School, Twickenham
  • Emma Farrell, Highworth Warneford School, Shrivenham Road
  • Isabel Watkins, The Royal School, Haslemere, Surrey

The Young Human Rights Reporter Competition 2013 was run by Amnesty International UK in partnership with the Guardian Teacher Network and MA Publications, publishers of SecEd, Headteacher Update and Primary Teacher Update.

It was generously supported by the The Peter Stebbings Memorial Charity. Prizes included a selection of free books from publishers Random House and Walker Books plus a subscription to the current affairs teaching and learning site The Day.