Tuesday, December 10, 2019

November in Review & Youth Stand Up for Human Rights !

credits: UN

Human Rights Day is observed every year on 10 December. It commemorates the day on which, in 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 
This year, it celebrates the contribution and promise of young people who change the world for the better.
"There are more adolescents and young adults alive today than at any other time in human history and they are generally better educated, healthier and have greater access to technology and information that can be leveraged to stand up for human rights."

credits: UN

Youth participation is essential to achieve sustainable development for all. Empowering youth to better know and claim their rights will generate global benefits.
This Human Rights Day highlights the role of young people and their participation in social movements to stand up for human rights and bring change.

Teachers can find UN materials here and some resources and activities in posts of mine written on this blog to celebrate Human Rights Day!

My usual readers know I usually write in English, French and Portuguese. In November, my posts were written in English and French.
And now, time to the review of the most popular posts of November.

Here are the most popular posts of the last month:
Christmas season is there. Hoping you are enjoying to teach your new students! Oh! I see! Time for tests! Remember, students are much more than tests! Be kind, they are fighting for our rights!
"Never too Young to Save the World."

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