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As many teachers and educators know, the knowledge and skills that students develop in the classroom spreads outside - to the school community, families, and to the wider community. This is why human rights education in the classroom is so important.
The Commission's series of education resources - RightsED - are designed to help students gain a critical understanding of human rights and responsibilities, and to develop the attitudes, behaviours and skills to apply human rights in everyday life.
The RightsED resources are mapped to the national curriculum and include interactive activities for teachers and their students.
I created the resources entitled - Taking a Stand and Tackling Racism.
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