- The lesson for younger students "What are child rights? "includes a video followed by two games and a transcript of the video as well. You can find it on British Council's site Learn English Kids.http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/video-zone/what-are-child-rights
- The integrated skills lesson "Children's rights" for older Primary students of 10-12 years old. All the material is downloadable in pdf format. You can find the lesson here. https://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/childrens-rights
- " Color it Rights" colouring book and "Color it Rights" Teacher's Guide is ideal for very young children, even in pre-literate stage. You can find both here. https://resourcecentre.savethechildren.net/library/color-it-rights-childs-introduction-united-nations-convention-rights-child
- The video "Children's and young people's rights" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJggYdw3I0k
- You can also find games to play online at this site: https://libraryresources.unog.ch/UDHRforchildren/activities
Also if you are interested in further research on the issue you can have a look at the following books.
- Compasito, a manual on human rights education for children. I have been using various activities from the book and one of my favorites, which can be used to introduce the notion of children's rights with younger children, too, is Rabbits Rights (chapter 24 ).You can download the book for free here. http://www.eycb.coe.int/compasito/ You can also find the Greek edition here http://www.childcom.org.cy/ccr/ccr.nsf/All/E139A2CD27BCB462C2257AF3002ACD10?OpenDocument Moreover, you can find a lot of information on Human Righs and Human Righs education in general on the two afore mentioned sites.
- ABC Teaching human Rights-Practical Activities for Primary and Secondary Schools. You can download the book here. http://www.ineesite.org/en/resources/abc_teaching_human_rights_-_practical_activities_for_primary_and_secondary
In our days it's more important than ever to raise children who are aware of human rights and become strong advocates of them as they grow up. It is our only hope against the cataclysmic changes our world has been experiencing for some years now.