Human Rights education and training are lifelong processes that concern all ages. UN Declaration on Human Rights Education, 2011
Do you want to know who you are?
Don’t ask. Act! Action will delineate and define you.

Thomas Jefferson

Workshop highlighting historical and contemporary accounts of the effects of climate change and unregulated development on indigenous and marginalized groups, and efforts to change these practices.  Examples used previously include Native Americans, Nigerian Ogonis, Ecuadorian Quichans, and communities of women and children in both developed and developing countries.  Guests from these countries bring experiential knowledge of conflicts, commercial exploitations, and political policies  to the classroom, and engage in conversations about how youth actions can ignite positive changes in peoples’ lives.

GRADE LEVELS: Primary through High School