Speaker Category: Rights
Our Amnesty school speakers run free human rights workshops, lessons, assemblies or contribute to whole day events in your primary or secondary school.
In 2013 our school speakers reached over 27,000 young people. With gripping real-life stories and powerful films an Amnesty school speaker bring human rights education to life in the classroom, assembly or the playground.
What Amnesty school speakers do
Our school speakers are skilled in engaging primary and secondary school audiences and can create sessions to suit your needs.
Topics include an introduction to human rights and our work, current national or global campaigns and subject-based focus on human rights, including:
- English/Literacy: Write an appeal letter and stand in solidarity with Individuals at Risk
- History: Learn how the Universal Declaration of Human Rights came into being after the Holocaust
- Music: Find out about freedom of expression through protest songs and poems written in prison