Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning To Kill a Mockingbird is a twentieth century classic. Find out how you can use the no
'Amnesty Academy' app launches to teach human rights to new generation of activists
Topics include freedom of expression, digital security and Indigenous Peoples’ rights Free app is available on iOS and Android, and in more than 20 languages ‘Our overall goal is to ensure that people worldwide know and can claim their human rights’ - Krittika Vishwanath Amnesty International has launched a free human rights learning app which aims to educate the next generation of human rights defenders on a host of topics including freedom of expression, digital security and Indigenous Peoples’ rights. Called Amnesty Academy, the app enables people around the world to access courses ranging
We have put together a selection of resources produced by us and other organisations which you can use in your contexts to explore Human Rights Education.
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.
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Celebrate our right to play with a scavenger hunt. What are your favourite things to do? Make a list of what you need for these activities. With a friend, swap lists.