Our range of educational resources will bring human rights to life engaging your students in the big issues and inspiring them to take action.

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These small colourful booklets contain all the articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Ideal for lessons on human rights and great for students to keep.


A variety of posters to help promote discussion on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and decorate your classroom.

Creative Education

Express your rights

Fiction and human rights

Fiction has real power to further human rights education. Amnesty endorses a range of books for young people promoting human rights themes, which are available through our online shop.

To order books visit: www.amnesty.org.uk/books

Teacher notes

For teachers wanting to explore these texts in their class, we also publish a series of teacher’s notes which offer a human rights perspective to accompany this fiction, including discussion questions and activities for primary and secondary.

You can find descriptions of the books and links to the notes here.

Amnesty also produces teaching resources each year for the Carnegie and Kate Greenaway shortlists to explore the human rights themes


Upper Primary/ Lower Secondary


Primary Resources 

Secondary Resources

Introducing Human Rights

The Anne Frank Story

Human Rights in the Curriculum

This series of books enables subject teachers to incorporate Human Rights and Citizenship into the curriculum.

Death Penalty


Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Women’s Rights

Travellers’ Rights



Child Soldiers