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Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning To Kill a Mockingbird is a twentieth century classic. Find out how you can use the no
A resource for ages 14-19 to learn about human rights under threat and how to be an activist in your community.
A resource for ages 7-13 to learn about human rights and how to show solidarity with key workers in their community.
This Amnesty endorsed book for ages 2+ explores themes of migration, refuge and acceptance.
Words That Burn is a 10-session poetry education series for secondary and further education students.
Students explore poems about race and privilege before creating their own protest poetry.
Essays on Human Rights Defenders in Hull and East Yorkshire.
This resource supports Amnesty Speakers to introduce students, aged 5-11, to the topic of children's rights.
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