What about joining up with a project on Children’s Rights?

We have all heard of the UNICEF Children’s Rights. This is such a topical subject and it is worth getting your class to learn more about children’s rights around the world. This is one of the IEARN projects that Omashani Naidoo, the Operations Manager at SchoolNet South Africa has brought to my attention.

Omashani says, “My friend Annie Flore is a coordinator of this project. This would really be a wonderful opportunity for SA learners to give their point of view and let other countries learn first-hand about our vast experiences in SA.”

  • Facilitator(s): annie_flore_vergne_morgand
  • Country: France
  • Languages: English
  • Student Age Level: 12-14, 15-18
  • Dates: September 2011 to April 2012
  • Summary: Students will help to identify what they believe are the key rights of children while also exploring the rights defined in the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
  • Here is a picture of the project details. Click on the picture to be taken to its location.

project - children's rights

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