A one-hour lesson from Amnesty International for use with young people aged 11-16. Aims to help understand why people become asylum seekers and the difficulties they face on arrival in another country. Available in both English and Welsh versions.
This guide will support any teacher looking to educate children on their universal rights. It has a straightforward guide to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and explains where each of the rights fits into the UK curriculum.
Through learning about prisoners of conscience and the ‘disappeared’, students can explore basic human rights, including the right to assembly, the right to a fair trial, and the right to freedom of speech and religious expression.
Designed to encourage students to explore human rights, this resource (available as a free poster or PDF download) uses a cartoon as a stimulus for debate. The picture, set on an imaginary street, presents lots of different scenarios of people who ar
This CD-ROM is the result of a project where groups made radio programmes about local and global issues. The material is organised into the eight key global dimension principles. Each section provides the radio programme, suggests classroom activitie
This free resource aims to advance active citizenship in the areas of conflict resolution, global citizenship, human rights and the link between sustainability and peace, using Peace Day (21 September) as a focus.
This book is designed primarily for teachers in training, and initial teacher education tutors, although anyone interested in the values and principles underpinning education would also find it useful.
This innovative resource for secondary teachers brings a new approach to mathematics teaching.
It introduces human rights through a series of 30 mathematical activities. The book is well laid out, and easy to follow with pupil worksheets alongside
This series of guides from New Internationalist focuses on a number of topical issues in the world today, and provides a pocket sized reference point for key concepts. The books are unique in how they place today’s issues into a historical context.
This book for children, with a foreword by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, illustrates and summarises the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). The book is suitable for children of primary school age.