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Teach Human Rights: Lesson Plans and Resources

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Teach Human Rights: Lesson Plans and Resources

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Why Are Human Rights Important?

The historical struggle for human rights is something that affects us, our children and future generations as we fight for equity and inclusion in an increasingly torn society. It can also be difficult to speak with students about sensitive subjects, but at Share My Lesson we provide expertly curated lesson plans, resources, and activities that define these rights, develop a global awareness, and teach how we can all make a difference when we act together to improve the lives of citizens, immigrants and refugees alike.

With resources from organizations such as the American Federation of Teachers, Makematic, Facing History and Ourselves, ADL and the Global Oneness Project, you can feel comfortable tackling these difficult conversations with your students. Get started with these free lesson plans here.

Human Rights Are for Everyone: A Guide to Teaching for Positive Change
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Human Rights Are for Everyone: A Guide to Teaching for Positive Change

Lesson Plan | Grades 9-12, Higher Education, Adult Education

The FUTURE OF EDUCATION
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The FUTURE OF EDUCATION

Handout | Higher Education, Adult Education, Professional Development, PSRP

The Rights of Persons with Disabilities
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The Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Lesson Plan | Grade 6, Grades 9-12

Are We Responsible? Responsibility to Protect in the Age of Atrocity
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Are We Responsible? Responsibility to Protect in the Age of Atrocity

Lesson Plan | Grade 12, Higher Education, Adult Education

Educating Girls: Suma’s Story
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Educating Girls: Suma’s Story

Activity, Handout | Grades 5-12

Educating for Democratic Citizenship

The Shanker Institute in partnership with the American Federation of Teachers, Share My Lesson the and the AFT Innovation Fund has launched this Educating for Democratic Citizenship Project whereby a group of accomplished, experienced AFT educators have developed these Action Civics lessons and materials that we hope will improve teaching and learning of American History, Government, and Civics for teachers and students.