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Published: 15/04/2020


Amnesty International

Secondary Teaching Pack

Download this comprehensive pack of seven curriculum-linked lesson plans full of exciting and innovative ways to teach human rights to children aged 11-16.

The pack contains all the resources you need to make a Human Rights Day, or just one lesson, engaging and memorable.

Story Explorer

This piece of classroom origami will help young people explore human rights themes in fiction with questions designed to promote discussion and critical thinking.

New Online Course

Amnesty Internationals new free online course launches on 13th April and will explore the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and how it empowers you to know, claim and defend rights. Students will also learn about inequality and how change happens. 

Amnesty has fifteen Human Rights courses online including introduction to Amnesty, digital security and human rights and the death penalty that can be used for older students. Please check the course to make sure its appropriate for students. 

Human Rights and Fiction

Use these freely available books and resources from the CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway shortlists to explore fiction and human rights. Find at the bottom of the page teaching resources and free audio versions and use our story explorer to enrich reading.

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