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Pecyn adnoddau Camau Cyntaf (First Steps resource Welsh)

This resource in Welsh is designed to support teachers to introduce human rights to children aged 3-5.

Invite an Amnesty Speaker to your school

 

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE
Due to the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 crisis, the Amnesty Speaker booking system is currently closed. Please email speakers@amnesty.org.uk to request support to deliver human rights education for your school or youth setting.

 

First Steps resource pack

This resource is designed to support teachers to introduce human rights to children aged 3-5.

Resource Pack - First Steps

Human Rights Education Questions and Answers

Developed by Amnesty's International Secretariat, this Q&A gives an overview of Amnesty International's work in human rights education.

Primary school education resources

We Are All Born Free Amnesty and Chickenshed workshop
Amnesty and Chickenshed workshop on our book We Are All Born Free

We believe that it is never too young to teach about human rights. Our acclaimed curriculum linked resources combine our expertise in human rights with practicing teachers. 

All of our engaging and accessible resources will help you bring human rights issues to life in the classroom. A good place to start is with our resource packs for Early Years and Primary

Learning about human rights in Primary School resource pack

Download our pack of ten interactive lesson activities to help pupils to understand their own human rights.

Resource pack: Learning about human rights in the Primary School

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

Order or download a resource catalogue 

Education feedback

Your feedback enables us to monitor our work, share our achievements and make improvements to the work that we do.

Feedback on a Speaker or Trainer

Have you had a visit from an Amnesty Speaker to your school or organisation?

Feedback on an Amnesty Speaker

Have you had a workshop delivered by an Amnesty Trainer at your group or organisation?

Feedback on an Amnesty Trainer

Children's fiction

Children's fiction. Human Rights. What's the connection?

We believe that stories are an important way that we all develop our values - which is why we invest in our children's literature programme, so that the youngest ages can understand what we mean by human rights and why we should care about them.

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