The activities in this resource comprises the second in a series of three sets of activities on women and human rights that aim to help students to think about violence against women as a human rights issue, and to explore its causes and consequences. The resource presents classroom activities with clear curriculum links and an indication of age suitability. Some activities are accompanied by an information sheet or an activity sheet for students to fill in. These may be photocopied and handed out to individual students or working groups. NB: These activities are designed for ages 14 and upwards, but some could be adapted for younger students, if they have some prior knowledge of the issues.
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