Human Rights Education
|REVEALED: YOUNG REPORTER AND PROTEST SONG WINNERS |
Congratulations to the talented young journalists, photographers, protest song writers and performers who won this year's competitions!
Protest Song winners | Young Reporter winners
|ANNE FRANK FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION RESOURCE|
70 years after Anne started her diary, explore her life and legacy through the context of the human right to freedom of expression, with this new resource from Amnesty and the Anne Frank Trust UK. Download resource
DOWNLOAD: AMNESTY RESOURCES FOR SCHOOLS 2013
SECONDARY: FREE HUMAN RIGHTS CROSS-CURRICULUM RESOURCE
|USING FICTION TO TEACH HUMAN RIGHTS|
Fiction possesses great power to open up new worlds and inspire empathy. Use our primary and secondary teachers notes to discuss and debate stories in all their multi-layered depth. Download resources
WANT TO START AN AMNESTY YOUTH GROUP IN YOUR SCHOOL?
|WHAT IS HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION?|
At Amnesty we believe it is about learning and developing knowledge and understanding about human rights, attitudes and behaviour respectful of human rights, and skills to uphold and protect human rights.
|POWERPOINT: INTRODUCTION TO AMNESTY |
Introduce your students to Amnesty's work with this powerpoint and encourage critical thinking + debate.
Intro To Amnesty (ppt)
PRIMARY: FREE AWARD-WINNING BOOK FOR ALL UK SCHOOLS!