Compass - Manual on human rights education with young people

Adeline Duvivier
Date added:
Saturday, 21 February 2009
Last revised:
Wednesday, 15 April 2009


Compass manual on human rights education with young people will provide you with ideas, inspiration and practical help for activities to explore human rights with students. Designed by the Council of Europe and thoroughly tested internationally Compass includes various easy adaptable activities for students between upper-primary / intermediate to secondary school.

A tale of two cities

Access to medicaments

Act it out

All equal - all different

Ashique's story

Beware, we are watching!

Between you and me (see our version adapted for New Zealand schools)

Can I come in?

Children's rights

Different wages

Do we have alternatives?

Domestic affairs

"Draw-the-word" Game

Education for All?


Fighters for rights

Front page

Garden in a night

Heroines and Heroes

Horoscope of poverty

Just a minute

Let every voice be heard

Let's talk about sex!

Living in a perfect world

Makah Whaling

Making links

Money to spend

Our futures

Path to Equality-Land

Picture games

Play the Game! (see our version adapted for New Zealand schools)

Power Station

Responding to racism

Rights Bingo!

See the ability!

Sports for all

Take a step forward

The impact of the Internet

The language barrier

The scramble for wealth and power

The web of life

To vote, or not to vote?

Trade union meeting

Violence in my life

When tomorrow comes

Where do you stand? (see our version adapted for New Zealand schools)

Who are I?

Work and babies


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