Human Right Number Twenty-Nine
We have a duty to other people, and we should protect their rights and freedoms.
Why is Responsibility so important as to be a human right? What does that mean to you?
What kinds of things can you be responsible for? How can you increase your responsibility? (As a teacher you can pick an area to go over with the kids that they can be responsible for such as the school, their home, with their friends, etc.)
Find a public area, such as a park, a beach, etc. and have each student pass out the What Are Human Rights booklets to at least 10 people.
Find stores that the student can go to and drop off booklets to have in their store.
Talk to at least one friend about joining the Human Rights club!
Resist the temptation to play all 30 human rights videos at this point. Save those for each meeting that follows. Carry out the activities and let your students’ own visions of the 30 human rights materialize as the lessons unfold, one at a time.
We would love feedback on your first week and to see pictures of your group participating in these activities! Please submit to us below:
How did your meeting/activities go for this human right?