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9th graders present Amnesty International and human rights

On Friday, 13th June students in 9th grade C and D presented human rights and the role of Amnesty International to their fellow 6th grade students.
  • 9th graders present Amnesty International and human rights
  • 9th graders present Amnesty International and human rights
  • 9th graders present Amnesty International and human rights

The presentation which took place as part of students’ IGC class was set up in a fun and interactive way: students made sketches and showed videos they shot themselves representing certain human rights and explaining how these rights are sometimes violated. The 6th graders were then asked to discuss in groups and to select 6 essential rules that would allow them to live together in peace if they were shipwrecked on a desert island.

The workshop addressed topics such as discrimination, slavery, forced marriage, and led students to realise that some basic human rights are still not guaranteed even today.

Brilliant team work and a great lesson of humanity for everybody!

Thank you to Ms. Rochefort and Mr. Corrigan who organised the workshop.