Curriculum Level: 2

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A social studies toolkit for human rights learning (secondary)

This resource has been developed to help equip teachers - particularly those teaching levels 4-6 social studies of the New Zealand Curriculum - with some key tools to develop the human rights learning essential to effective citizenship in the 21st century.

Australian Human Rights Commission

This link takes you to the Australian Human Rights Commission website, where you can access human rights activities for the classroom. These activities are suitable for a wide range of age groups.
Children's Commissioner for Wales

The Children's Commissioner for Wales website offers a simple, easy online game for young children outlining the Rights of the Child. As children explore a community map they must collect all of their rights by clicking on everyday objects, once they have collected all of the rights in one section they are able to move to the next section of the map.
Compasito 4.01 A Body of Knowledge

An activity aiding learning abilities and highlighting disability as an educational issue. Particularly suitable for young children. (Part of Compasito Human Rights Education Handbook)

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Compasito 4.03 A human rights calendar

An activity easily adaptable for Years 4-9 students. Increasing student awareness of human rights issues/milestones by creating a human rights calendar.  Involving artistic creativity and social  contemplation. (Part of the Compasito Human Rights Education Handbook).

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Compasito 4.05 Blindfolded

An activity suitable for students Years 2-4 which increases understanding of the needs and rights of children with disabilities. (Part of the Compasito Human Rights Education Handbook)

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Compasito 4.06 Board Games

An activity suitable for students in Years 4-8 for which a prior knowledge of UNCRoC is necessary. Students build familiarity with UNCRoC and learn to relate its articles to everyday life through playing 'human rights snake and ladders';being required to cite applicable children's rights violations throughout the game. (Part of the Compasito Human Rights Education Handbook)

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Compasito 4.07 Boys don't cry

An activity confronting students with gender stereotypes e.g.  "boys don't cry" or "a girl cannot be the boss". Through discussion and creating group sketches students compare their findings with personal experience and previous behaviour towards such stereotypes.(Part of the Compasito Human Rights Education Handbook)

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Compasito 4.08 Bullying Scenes

An easily adaptable activity for Year 3-9 students deepening student understanding of bullying. Possible strategic actions against bullying will be discussed as well as support options children have if they find themselves being bullied. (Part of the Compasito Human Rights Education Handbook)

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Compasito 4.09 Capture the Castle

This activity adaptable for students in Years 4-8 is an active adventure game. Students learn to co-operate with one another, exploring themes of peace, human security and conflict resolution. Emotions of conflict are addressed and strategic thinking employed. (Part of the Compasito Human Rights Education Handbook).

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