10 December is special for all of us as it is the day, the United Nations adopted a universal set of human rights. We honour this milestone towards creating a more free and equal world. Here, we present you some craft ideas and activities to do for kids.
“THERE IS SOME GOOD IN THIS WORLD…AND IT’S WORTH FIGHTING FOR.” ~ J.R.R. TOLKIEN
Learn about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Make toys and play games that children
Watch some UNICEF Cartoons for Child’s Rights together
Learn about a human rights heroine or hero. Pick your favorite activist for social justice, either from your country or another country. Go to the library to find a biography or search online for information about her/his life. Try to find out:
When the person lived (if not still living).
What problem (or problems) they faced.
Who or what formed their opposition.
What was the outcome of the stand they took, in which they believed?
What tactics did they use in their campaign?
How much success do you think they had?
Look for human rights in the news
Clip articles about local, national and international human rights issues out of newspapers and magazines.
Get out there and raise your voice for what you believe in