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We're celebrating young people's talent for human rights reporting, photography, songwriting, campaigning and fundraising. Students aged 7 - 21 can take part in one or more categories to develop new skills and confidence to engage creatively with human rights.
Contact a trained, CRB-checked Amnesty Speaker to introduce your students to human rights and the campaigning work of Amnesty. We can offer workshops, lessons, assemblies or whole day events in primary or secondary schools.
Search our wide range of resources for lessons, assemblies and drop down days by human rights topic, primary and secondary age groups and curriculum.
Are you a teacher with a passion for human rights, equality and justice? Find out more about Amnesty's CPD programme and how it will give you the expertise to engage your students with human rights, strengthen your skills in teaching, training and project management.
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Download teacher's notes to accompany recommended human rights fiction for primary and secondary, including discussion questions and activities. Books include Ketchup Clouds by Anabel Pitcher and The Kites Are Flying by Michael Morpurgo.
At Amnesty we believe human rights education starts in the primary school. Download or order our resources, join the Junior Urgent Action network, invite an Amnesty speaker to your school to give an assembly or workshop or plan a fundraising event at your school.
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