Human Rights School

So already in 1998 (almost 10 years ago), we prepared a set of rights for the elementary school, consisting of 4 books: 1) Rights of the Child (Textbook for elementary school) – a book-game consisting of 20 modules. In each of them – two versions of the presentation of the same rights: A) as it is written in the Declaration on the Rights of the Child, B) how it wished to see Baba Yaga. Listed in Each module of questions for reflection to help children in a fun debate to make the right choice. 2) Your rights (benefits for the elementary school) – the manual shows the adapted presentation of articles of the Universal Declaration of Human rights. Each article is illustrated with one or another plot with well-known fairy-tale characters and literary heroes. Creating a comic effect, these illustrations enable children to overcome reluctance to read 'boring' documents that are taught to pay attention to the significance of each word used in them.

3) learn about human rights (a workbook for elementary school) – an illustrated workbook to the textbook 'Your Rights' contains The original assignment of different levels of complexity based on the well-known children stories and literary works. 4) Younger students about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (manual for teachers of primary school) – the manual contains historical information about the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, given modeling lessons. The manual is aimed at strengthening the interest of teaching staff in the study of human .Komplekt highly appreciated by unesco and the gold medal at the Tenth Moscow International Book Fair.



February 14th