Human rights education: Child Soldiers

Amnesty International

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A human rights education resource on child soldiers, based on a talk by a former child soldier, Ishmael Beah. For use with young people aged 11-14 across a range of subject areas. Aligned to Common Core State Standards: RH.6-8.1, RH.6-8.2, RH.6-8.4, RH.6-8.6

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July 2016
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June 2014
A good resource for teachers to use when teaching about conflict in other countries. The use of clips from a child soldier's life in Sierra Leone is a good way to get the students interested in the topic.
May 2013
This is a good resource for teachers, containing a Human Rights Lesson Plan and activity links based on a child soldier's life in Sierra Leone. It contains links to film clips from Ishmael Beah's session in the human rights center.
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February 2012
Very good resource, Clearly links in well with Citizenship and easy to use