These notes have been created to support students aged 12+ to explore the characters, storyline and issues in this book, including refugees, human rights abuses, courage, freedom and protest.
This resource supports Amnesty Speakers to take action with students for an individual at risk of having their human rights violated.
This resource supports Amnesty Speakers to introduce students, aged 7-14, to the topic of refugee rights.
The Junior Urgent Action is designed for our youngest activists aged 7-11. September 2016's issue focuses on the case of Matsumoto Kenji, a Japanese man with an intellectual disability who has spent 23 years on death row in Japan.
Ten lessons in Irish to build knowledge of human rights issues, drawing on skills and attitudes developed by The Right Start.