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Educate and inspire your students on human rights through dialogue, discussion and debate with Amnesty International UK’s The Rights Roundtable, an annual subscription perfect for supporting with the development of vital skills needed for GCSE and A-Level success.

The Rights Roundtable allows students to nurture their critical thinking skills, support them to gather evidence and argue ideas in a rights-respecting way in an open and safe space. They’ll be able to actively listen to their peers and build the necessary empathy to equip them for future life and becoming a tolerant member of society.

With the help of curriculum-focused real-world examples, students can better understand the issues that affect their own lives and those of others, enriching their overall learning experience.

How it works:  

Sign up and pay an annual subscription fee to gain access to the digital platform where you can pick discussion topics that fit with your lessons. 


Download discussion prompts, access videos from Amnesty UK experts and find other inspiring content to spark conversation. 


Get your hands on our suite of fundraising guides and other event ideas and professional support from Amnesty UK. 


Students will receive a certificate for taking part in the Rights Roundtable and you’ll receive an invite to the online Rights Roundtable event with human rights experts. 


By signing up to The Rights Roundtable not only will your students develop essential skills to help them further their education and future careers, you’ll also be supporting Amnesty International UK to continue its vital human rights work.

Amnesty International UK are globally recognised experts in human rights, and we have been empowering and inspiring young people for the last 60 years – so register your interest in The Rights Roundtable below.

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