Children's rights education - its time
Children's rights education provides an opportunity to model rights and respect in the classroom. The evidence is clear that when teaching children's rights, cooperative learning increases. This section provides and overview of why children's rights education matters. Canada
Teaching about and for children's rights
This section provides and overview of why children's rights education matters. It outlines the fundamentals of human rights, including children's rights, education matters. It describes effective strategies for use in teaching about children's rights. United Nations
Children's rights are human rights - teaching for children's rights with younger children
Teaching for children's rights with younger children aims to foster feelings of confidence and respect for self and others. These are the basis for the whole culture of human rights including children's rights. United Nations
Some basic human rights-children's rights issues
A human rights culture attempts to define principles for the positive conduct of all human behaviour. A number of main issues are involved in realising these principles. United Nations
Taking the children's rights temperature of your school or service
Participants evaluate their school's human rights (children's rights) climate using criteria derived from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The discussion builds towards identifying areas of particular children's rights concern and developing an action plan to begin addressing them. United States
Children's rights in your school or service
Taking the human rights temperature of your school. Interactive questionnaire which is the same as the one above. United States
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