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Book and Activities: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning To Kill a Mockingbird is a twentieth century classic. Find out how you can use the no

Human Rights and Activism (for ages 14-19)

A resource for ages 14-19 to learn about human rights under threat and how to be an activist in your community. 

Human Rights and Solidarity resource (for ages 7-13)

A resource for ages 7-13 to learn about human rights and how to show solidarity with key workers in their community. 

Book and Activities: Hello! A Counting Book of Kindnesses

This Amnesty endorsed book for ages 2+ explores themes of migration, refuge and acceptance.

Youth Fundraising Update: September 2019

Download Words That Burn resources

Words That Burn is a 10-session poetry education series for secondary and further education students.

Words That Burn: resources

Session 8: power

Students explore poems about race and privilege before creating their own protest poetry.

Burn 8: power

Not Just Wilberforce

Essays on Human Rights Defenders in Hull and East Yorkshire.

Speaker Toolkit: Children's Rights Introduction

This resource supports Amnesty Speakers to introduce students, aged 5-11, to the topic of children's rights.

Speaker Toolkit: Children's Rights Introduction