Aside from being a great place to learn about and celebrate human rights, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights has excellent educational resources available on their website.
Our voices are powerful tools. We can literally speak up on issues that we care about, and people will listen. Some people do this through song or rap, and others do it through spoken word. If you are unfamiliar with spoken word, take a listen to this piece by Canadian … Continue Reading OPPORTUNITY:Use your voice with MCIC! 2016 Spoken Word Project
In case you aren’t already familiar with Me to We, We Day, The Kielburgers and Free the Children, they also have a number of great resources for students and youth involved in Global Issues. Look under the Get Involved tab to find tool kits, lesson plans, campaign information, and more. The “We” phenomenon isn’t … Continue Reading Free the Children: “We” Campaigns and Resources