The Right To Be

The Right To Be he Right to Be is a powerful and unique attempt to introduce children to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which was adopted by the United Nations in It asserts that we are all born free

  • Title: The Right To Be
  • Author: Zena Sorabjee
  • ISBN: 9788184620689
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Paperback
  • he Right to Be is a powerful and unique attempt to introduce children to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which was adopted by the United Nations in 1948 It asserts that we are all born free and equal no matter how we look, where we are born or whether we are rich or poor Rights are the same for everyone, and they protect us all equally.With its simplified texhe Right to Be is a powerful and unique attempt to introduce children to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which was adopted by the United Nations in 1948 It asserts that we are all born free and equal no matter how we look, where we are born or whether we are rich or poor Rights are the same for everyone, and they protect us all equally.With its simplified text, stunning illustrations and engaging stories that accompany each article, this book turns difficult concepts into comprehensible ideas Each of the thirty articles is also followed by useful exercises that can be used by teachers and parents to engage with children in the classroom or at home.Human Rights concern each one of us This wonderful book explains the concept of the rights in a way that we can relate to in our own lives It shows us how we can help to make the world a better place and live together in peace and harmony.

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    1. I encountered this colourful, child-friendly book while training my students for Model United Nations. It's a thirty chapter compilation of the UN's fundamental human rights, explained using simple stories that are relevant within the Indian context.This is an excellent, engrossing read, especially recommended for educators. The simple exercises and glossary at the end of every chapter make this book ideal for students pursuing inquiry-based learning :)

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