This is the second educational module produced as part of Amnesty International's Education for Human Dignity Resource Pack. Each module explores different issues related to poverty and human rights. (Module 1 is a general introduction to the subject.) The complete Education for Human Dignity Resource Pack includes a Facilitation Manual designed to support educators running human rights education sessions with young people, including teachers, youth workers and leaders, community activists and peer educators. They will lead young people through individual and collective journeys of reflection, critical analysis and action. The Manual outlines the knowledge and skills educators need to fulfil this role. It is essential to use the Facilitation Manual alongside each educational module. The Resource Pack is aimed at young people aged between 15 and 22. It can be adapted for use with slightly younger people, and with older adults. It can be used in formal settings, such as schools and universities, and in non-formal settings outside the classroom. It uses participatory methodologies to engage, inspire and empower participants to take action.