New For 2019 – Key Stage 3 & 4: Human Rights Workshops

Delivered at your school by one of our expert facilitators.

Students will:

  • Learn about about the history, implementation and contemporary significance of human rights
  • Prepare and present a case for or against a real human rights court case
  • Create and  justify a proposal for a new human rights clause

Location: At your school – one of our expert facilitators will lead the session in school

Curriculum links: Citizenship (human rights/international law/role of the judiciary/the legal system/the constitution), British Values, Law & SMSC

Duration: 2 hours (can be extended to full day)

Cost: £50 booking fee

Booking & Enquiries

To book a workshop or to find out more please email: london@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk

  

These workshops have been developed in Partnership with Royal Holloway, University of London and Cumberland Lodge, as part of the ‘Citizens Project’ supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund