Secondary school resources
The Brave challenge includes 3 steps to support young people on a journey from exploration and learning, to action.
The resources helps students and teachers explore the issues surrounding the use of the death penalty, one of Amnesty’s oldest and most established campaigns.
Introducing a new human rights education teachers’ manual for senior cycle geography. This manual contains lesson plans that educate about human rights issues in a development context.
A is for action (PDF)
This CSPE Action Project resource is intended to assist teachers in guiding students through the steps of deciding on and planning a human rights action project.
Voice our concern is a human rights education project enabling senior cycle students, non-formal education centres and the wider community to learn about and discuss human rights in a creative, participatory and empowering way.
- Voice our concern Introduction
- Voice our concern Chapter 1 Introduction
- Voice our concern Chapter 2 Drama
- Voice our concern Chapter 3 Music
- Voice our concern Chapter 4 Poetry
- Voice our concern Chapter 5 Photography
- Voice our concern Chapter 6 Film
- Voice our concern Chapter 7 Visual art
Celebrating the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a resource pack for Civic, Social and Political Education (CSPE) teachers and their students. The resource contains 12 classes, each class sets out to answer an important question about the UDHR.
- 1 Celebrating UDHR Class One
- 2 Celebrating UDHR Class Section 1 & Section 2
- 3 Celebrating UDHR Class Three
- 4 Celebrating UDHR Class Four
- 5 Celebrating UDHR Class Five
- 6 Celebrating UDHR Class Six
- 7 Celebrating UDHR Class Seven
- 8 Celebrating UDHR Classes Eight to Eleven
- Celebrating UDHR Reflection sheet 1
- Celebrating UDHR Reflection sheet 2
- Celebrating UDHR Reflection sheet 3
School children from around the world have sent messages of solidarity to the thousands of children who have been detained and separated from their families at the US border, as a result of the Trump administration’s outrageous immigration policies. Schools interested in taking part in the letter writing action can download the human rights education toolkit.