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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

Start an Amnesty youth group

We’re really excited that you’re interested in starting an Amnesty Youth Group.

You’ll soon discover the big difference our youth groups makes to its members, the wider school and those you campaign for. We provide all the materials and support you need. But do get in touch if you need help along the way.

Want to know what it's like to run a group? Hear from teachers who run groups in their schools in our short film I Talk Out: The Teacher's Cut

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. 

Jun 26 2020 10:24AM
Words That Burn - demand through poetry

Watch Evanilson Alves perform his poem ‘2005: Sacred Year’, explore a thought-provoking performance of Raymond Atrobus' 'Dear Hearing World' and take part in a free-write.

Jun 26 2020 10:24AM
Words That Burn - celebrate through poetry

Watch Joelle Taylor share why she is a poet, explore Vanessa's Kisuule's performance of her poem 'Take Up Space' and create a poem to celebrate a human rights moment.

Jun 24 2020 2:40PM
Words That Burn – listen through poetry

Watch Imtiaz Dharker discuss her poem ‘The Right Word’, explore Yrsa Daley-Ward's poem 'And that's the thing about ignorance' and create your own poem about respect.

Jun 24 2020 11:57AM
Words That Burn - dream through poetry

Watch Amnesty International UK's ‘2019’s Best Bits’, explore Langston Hughes' poem 'I Dream a World' and respond with a poem about your own dreams for change.

Jun 24 2020 11:56AM
Words That Burn – feel through poetry

Watch Amyra Leon's perform 'Right to Be', explore Elsa Wiezell's 'Encounter with Freedom' and create your own freedom poem.

Jun 24 2020 11:56AM
Words That Burn - reflect through poetry

Watch Luke Wright share his advice to get stared, explore Dean Atta's poem 'I Come From' and respond with your own version.

Jun 24 2020 11:56AM
Words That Burn – question through poetry

Watch Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan perform ‘This is not a humanizing poem’, explore Sabrina Mahfouz's ‘SOLIDARITY POEM (for all those defending human rights)’ and create your own poem in response to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights...

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