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Amnesty International - Kahoot Quizzes 2016 - Teacher Instructions Quiz 1 and 2

Amnesty International has combined forces with Kahoot, an online interactive educational platform where millions of people, young and old, collectively or individually, are learning through playing. Playing quizzes, to be exact! Our Human Rights Education team has developed quizzes around Human Rights and Write for Rights. Are you working with activists groups? In schools? These quizzes are a fun, highly energetic and engaging way to work with small and large groups!.

Date:
14 December 2016
Author:
Amnesty International
Ref:
POL 32/5346/2016
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Facilitation Manual: a guide to using participatory methodologies for human rights education

This resource was produced as part of 'Education for Human Dignity', a three-year project which aims to raise awareness, inform debate and enable action in order to tackle the human rights abuses that drive and deepen poverty. The resources and tools detailed here draw on experiences, expertise and case studies from both the global North and South. The manual has been developed specifically for those who train or educate others in both formal and non-formal educational settings, and who are committed to facilitating human rights education that seeks to engage, inspire and empower participants to take action.

Date:
27 June 2014
Author:
Amnesty International
Ref:
ACT 35/020/2011
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On the Borders of Europe - S.O.S. Europe campaign for refugees and migrants' rights

The workshop (available now in English, orginally in Polish) in the scope of S. O. S. Europe campaign aims at helping young people (13-19) learn about the situation of refugees and migrants on the external borders of European Union. It's based on role playing game/simulation that enable participant to understand experience of human rights abuses on the way to find shelter in Europe, such as push-backs, violance, detention, contact with smugglers and others.

Date:
9 June 2014
Author:
AI AI
Ref:
SEC 01/003/2014
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Power of the Pen Literacy Pack

A series of two lessons aimed at promoting literacy in secondary schools by engaging students in letter writing for human rights. Students will learn about the impact letter writing can have on the situation of people whose lives are at risk. They then are provided with an Amnesty case and asked to write a letter on behalf of the people identified. Cases are regularly updated on the pack website. The pack web-page will also have links to our annual Write for Rights pages.

Date:
18 October 2013
Author:
Amnesty International
Ref:
SEC 01/021/2013
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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.

Date:
16 October 2013
Author:
Amnesty International
Ref:
SEC 01/022/2013
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Becoming a Human Rights Friendly School: A guide for schools around the world

This guide describes what a Human Rights Friendly School is and what it can achieve, and offers practical suggestions on how to integrate human rights in schools around the world. It explains how the 10 global Principles for Human Rights Friendly Schools can be integrated into four key areas of school life: governance, relationships, curriculum and extra-curricular activities, and school environment.

Date:
15 October 2013
Author:
Amnesty International
Ref:
POL 32/001/2012