The resource includes two one-hour lesson plans on the topic of torture. In Lesson 1 students are asked to judge which interrogation techniques amount to torture as defined in the UN Convention Against Torture. In Lesson 2, students are asked to consider whether they think governments should be allowed to interrogate terrorist suspects using methods that might amount to torture, or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment.
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