Equality, fairness and justice feature in Amnesty resources

A series of lessons teaching students aged from five to 19 about equality, fairness and justice in the world has been launched by Amnesty International UK.

The resources offer bitesize activities exploring human rights issues, linking these to both their own lives as well as in the wider world. The activities highlight local, national and global issues.

The bitesize lessons include:

Kate Allen, director of Amnesty International UK, said: “During these challenging times, it’s important to keep young people feeling positive about the future. These activities will help them understand equality and know their rights on how they should be treated, and how they should treat others.

“We hope this will empower children and engage them with the issues of the moment from food poverty, their identity and the plight of refugees.”

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