HUMAN RIGHTS WORKSHOPS

LOCATION: OUTREACH OR ONLINE

Our Human Rights workshops are available either as a live online session or can be delivered in-person, at your school, by one of our expert facilitators.

Students will:

  • Learn 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

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

 

 

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

Suitable forKey Stage 3 - 4
LocationAt your school – one of our expert facilitators will lead the session in school or remotely as a live online session
Key skills enhanced includeProblem-solving, critical thinking and analysis, public speaking and debating.
Duration1 hour 30 minutes (can be extended)
Number of studentsMaximum 30 pupils
Cost£150
BookingEmail education@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk or call 0115 993 9811


Thank you so much for a fantastic day at the courts. It was an extremely informative, interactive and enjoyable morning.

Manchester Muslim Prep School

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