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1 Apr 2014
Ce livret décrit des activités pour tous les publics centrées sur la connaissance des droits sexuels et reproductifs, et regroupées en thèmes.
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1 Feb 2014
Esperanza est un atelier sur le thème des droits humains pour sensibiliser les jeunes dès 12 ans. Cette activité facile à mener pour les animateurs et animatrices jeunesse, les enseignant-e-s et toutes personnes motivées à sensibiliser des jeunes aux droits humains.
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1 Jan 2014
Le document donne des conseils pour aborder le thème difficile de la torture avec les jeunes (à quel âge, comment, avec quel matériel, etc.).
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1 Jan 2014
Le livret présente la campagne "mon corps mes droits" et ce que sont les droits sexuels et reproductifs, pour que tous soient informés et connaissent ces droits pour mieux les défendre.
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1 Jan 2014
The workshop in the scope of S.O.S. Europe campaign aims at helping young people understand the situation of refugees and migrants and human rights abuses on the external borders of European Union.
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6 Dec 2013
Edité chaque année, ce document est un outil d'action qui donne des informations pour permettre de répondre aux questions du public, donne des idées pour des actions d'éducation aux droits humains, propose des pistes pédagogiques, facilite le militantisme dans le cadre des ""10 jours pour signer"" et tout au long de l'année suivante en faveur des personnes ou groupes de personnes de la campagne ""12 personnes en danger"" 2014.
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1 Nov 2013
Material can be used for preparation before the Letter writing marathon in formal education, you can also adapt activities in non formal education. Human rights bingo is an activities where participants get familiar with human rights, it can be used as an icebreaker. Workshop- Letter writing marathon has several activities where participants get familiar with human rights and also cases in LWM. Cases can be changed with relevant examples.
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1 Nov 2013
"Material can be used for preparation before the Letter writing marathon in formal education, you can also adapt activities in non formal education. Human rights bingo is an activities where participants get familiar with human rights, it can be used as an icebreaker. Workshop- Letter writing marathon has several activities where participants get familiar with human rights and also cases in LWM. Cases can be changed with relevant examples."
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1 Nov 2013
Workshop zu den Menschenrechten mit Schwerpunkt Recht auf freie Meinungsäusserung. Eine Lektion den Menschenrechten widmen: Ideen und Anregungen für eine Unterrichtseinheit.Zielpublikum: SchulerInnen Sekundarstufe ll, ab 13-14 Jahre alt.
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1 Nov 2013
Ce dossier accompagne le dossier pédagogique sur les droits sexuels et reproductifs. Divisé en trois niveaux (débutant, intermédiaire, avancé), il permet d’aborder certains points liés à cette thématique de manière ludique et variée. Les fiches proposées sont des suggestions d’exercices, il convient au professeur de les retravailler et de les adapter à la classe.
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