My Human Rights produces educational material based on the UN Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Women and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. The materials are comprehensible and easy to use for anyone involved in educating or disseminating information on human rights.
The Children's Rights Game.se
The Children's Rights Game is a free game based on our material "I am a child. I have rights." and made possible thanks to the support of the Swedish National Inheritance Fund. We are now making a first version of the game available and you are welcome to try it out!
In the game, children test what they know about their rights. And practice using them.
Children are challenged by parents, teachers, friends and other adults who are not aware of what rights children actually have.
Children can play the game by themselves or with a friend. But above all, it is intended to be used in the classroom at middle school, by recreation and sports leaders, children's rights strategists and other adults who meet children aged 10-13 in their work.
The pedagogy of the game is based on Bloom's taxonomy and is adapted to the curriculum, Lgr 22.
The game is accompanied by an ambitious manual with tips on working methods. There are also tips on how to prepare a lesson or meeting on the Convention on the Rights of the Child, how to create a safe group and the different ways in which the game can be used.
Welcome to try:
I'm a child. I have rights
"I'm a child. I have rights" is an understandable and fun information and educational material about children's rights.
The material consists of a box of 70 cards representing the rights-based articles of the CONVENTION, i.e. the first 41 articles of the Convention. Each card addresses an article in the Convention on the Rights of the Child as an I-strengthening message. On the front of the cards there is a short text and reference to an article of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, on the back the same article is deepened. The messages are fact-checked.
For the cards there is a tutorial with suggestions on how you as an educator can work with valuation exercises both in large and small groups.
The material is suitable for anyone who works with children or makes decisions concerning children: teachers, psychologists, social workers, politicians with several professions who are tasked with knowing and applying the Convention on the Rights of the Child in their work.
Available in Swedish and English versions.
Children's Rights Coloring Book - Free to Download
With The Coloring Book, we want to inspire adults who meet children to talk together with children about the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the rights of the child. The coloring book contains seven illustrations, based on seven articles of the CONVENTION that can be colored. The articles and pictures are an excerpt from the material "I am a child. I have rights."
Ten articles and messages in the Convention on the Rights of the Child are available to order as posters. Colorful and decorative with important messages. Suitable at home in the children's room, at preschool, in school, yes in all places where children and young people are staying.
My human rights
"My Human Rights" is a tool aimed at those who work to spread knowledge about the UN Declaration of Human Rights and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Women. The material consists of a box with 61 beautiful cards explaining the articles and what they mean – in a concrete, comprehensible and self-empowering way. The cards represent the 29 articles of the UN Declaration of Human Rights and the 16 articles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Women, which regulate women's rights in a number of areas. Each card describes a right that shows how it affects me as an individual.
The cards provide knowledge – but also power and inspiration. The short texts can also be well suited for language training.
For the cards there is a 24-page guide with suggestions on how to work with valuation exercises in large and small groups. The guide also contains information and background facts on the UN Declaration of Human Rights and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Women.
The material is available in Swedish, English and Arabic.
Short on Children's Rights.
Child rights perspective from the Convention on the Rights of the Child in the work of social services with financial assistance.
The purpose of the material is to provide practical support to administrators working with financial assistance investigations in using a child rights perspective based on the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The material's ambition is also to provide guidance on how a child rights perspective can be included in social services' business plans. The material includes fifteen articles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The material is produced in collaboration with KNUT, The Municipal Network for Development, which is a partnership between four municipalities (Nynäshamn, Salem, Sundbyberg and Södertälje).
The box contains 16 cards with 15 articles and support and reflection questions as well as an informative tutorial.
Rights matter – art that takes a stand for human rights
Rights matter is a series of motifs with strong, visual messages that can be understood regardless of language or cultural background. The concept is a collaboration between the association My Human Rights and illustrator Kari Modén. When rights are visualized, given form, they become accessible and attractive. This is the foundation of My Human Rights' work to spread knowledge about human rights around the world.
The rights of the child.
Child rights perspective based on the Convention on the Rights of the Child in the work of the Prison Service.
A training material aimed at providing support to staff within the Prison Service to integrate a child rights perspective in accordance with the Convention on the Rights of the Child in their work. The prison service's goal is that all employees should have basic knowledge of child rights issues based on the Convention on the Rights of the Child and be able to translate the best interests of the child into the relevant activities. The material was produced in collaboration with the Prison Service, the education development section.
Strengthen your company's brand – give away human rights
Order your own edition of "My Human Rights" or "I am a Child. I have rights."
In the box we produce an extra card with the company/organization's message and logotype. The box is also provided with the company logo. A gift that builds your brand, strengthens the company culture and deepens relationships with employees and customers. Minimum edition 300 ex.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and quotation.
Human Rights in more languages
All people, men, women and children need to know their human rights. Our aim is to translate our materials into as many languages as possible. If you want to contribute with support for translation, please contact us.