Power of the Pen Literacy Resource - Primary Schools

Engage students in literacy across the curriculum as they discover the power of writing letters for people whose rights and lives are at risk.Writing letters on behalf of people whose human rights are at risk is a compelling way for pupils to explore global issues and build skills in literacy, persuasive writing and self-expression by writing for a real purpose.Every year Amnesty inspires thousands of people to write letters to help stop human rights abuses. These letters hold governments to account, protect lives, and show support to people around the world. This resource will enable pupils to discover the impact their words can have as they write letters in support of real people in real danger now. Updates on these cases will be available here.

Power of the Pen Literacy Resource - Primary Schools
Power of Pen -- Teaching Literacy Through Letter Writing For Human Rights
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