Human rights in your backpack

Are you still looking for a challenging way to discover the theme of human rights? Then, you’ve just found it! 

During an active walk through the de Hoge Rielen, the group is given the subject of human rights as the basis of fun assignments: how do you experience human rights and how well do we actually apply them? 

With this workshop, you carry human rights in your backpack, as it were.

  • Age: 12 - 18+ years
  • Number of participants: minimum 12 and maximum 25
  • Duration: 2.5 hours

Theme human rights

How can you inform children and young people about and make them aware of their human rights? During this workshop you experience human rights in a playful way and challenge yourself to start working with them. A good collaboration is important here.

Since 2016, the Council of Europe has supported the de Hoge Rielen in making children’s and human rights more visible. 
Do you want children and young people to know their rights, just like us, and to make them think about what this means for them and to actively think about how we deal with them as a society?

Take part in our low-threshold activities on human rights. In this way, together we increase awareness of human rights and encourage children and young people to think about this.

Excited about doing this workshop?

Make a reservation via the reception desk
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