Write for Rights 2018 - A Human Rights Education Toolkit
This Human Rights Education toolkit was created to support teachers’ participation with their students in the W4R campaign. It provides a broad perspective on human rights issues and offers the opportunity to open young people’s minds to global concerns. By learning about and writing persuasive letters to help end human rights violations and achieve justice, teachers and students contribute to the international human rights movement and see for themselves how words can make a difference in the world.
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- Uganda: Ugandan authorities must ensure adequate compensation for Stella Nyanzi over wrongful conviction and travesty of justice
- Thailand: Oppose defamation charges against human rights defenders for exposing labour abuses
- Myanmar: Further information: Filmmaker released after serving his term: Min Htin Ko Ko Gyi