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Fiction to teach Human Rights

Fiction has real power to further human rights education. Explore the values at the heart of human rights with your class through our recommended fiction teacher notes for primary and secondary schools. Read our Introduction To Using Fiction To Teach Human Rights then use our teacher’s notes for a human rights perspective on each text, including class discussion questions and activities.

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