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Human Rights Game Incursion

$907.50
We teach a Human Rights class for you! 
 
 
The importance of Human Rights education in today’s world is far reaching. After a year of research and development The Brainary has published the ground-breaking Human Rights Game and can now offer schools and public libraries the opportunity to host a Human Rights Incursion for a class-sized workshop. In this incursion we come to you and teach a class, using The Human Rights Game. The workshop also includes 4 games to keep at the end.
 
 
 
Our educational game is underpinned with the United Nations 30 Articles and its three pillars (Freedom, Equity, and Dignity), so that it has contemporary relevance and authenticity. It is also endorsed by the United Nations and addresses the following curriculum criteria:
 
 
SCAN Skills Addressed
Foundation Skills: Basic skills, Thinking skills, Personal Qualities
Workplace Competencies: Interpersonal, Information, Systems
Game Features
 
 
Human Rights affects everyone all over the world. However, there are far too many alarming press reports citing ongoing human rights abuses in all walks of life. Furthermore, there are too many reports of students experiencing record levels of anxiety.
 
 
The first aim of The Human Rights Game is to make a positive difference by teaching children and teens about their rights, freedoms and responsibilities as individuals and groups of individuals in educational settings. We underpinned our educational game with the United Nations 30 Articles and its three pillars (Freedom, Equity, and Dignity), so that it has contemporary relevance and authenticity.
 
 
The second aim of our game is to help students learn right from wrong in a rapidly changing world whereby mores, customs, ethics, and values are learnt from non-traditional sources often with materialistic and prejudice underpinnings. Much of the learning takes place though discussion, short storytelling and problem-solving.
 
 
Learning Objectives
 
The Human Rights Game is an entertaining and highly engaging educational game that addresses the following learning objectives:
 
1. Learn about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, its 30 Articles and its three underpinning pillars of freedom, equality, and dignity.
2. Learn how the 30 Articles and pillars of the Universal Declaration of Humans Rights relate to everyday life.
3. Develop an understanding of right from wrong in a variety of everyday situations based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
4. Develop an understanding that more than one solution may be acceptable in a variety of everyday situations involving the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
5. Learn the importance and relevance of problem-solving when more than one salutation is acceptable in a variety of situations involving the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
6. Develop an understanding that freedom and rights also come with responsibilities
7. Learn the importance and relevance of healthy rules and regulations in life.
 
 
SCAN Skills Addressed
Foundation Skills: Basic skills, Thinking skills, Personal Qualities
Workplace Competencies: Interpersonal, Information, Systems
Playing Time: Flexible 40-60 minutes
Players: 2-6
Ages: 10-14 and 15 plus
Grades: 5-12 (cards for 5-8 & 9-12)
Contents: Instruction booklet, 6 pawns, 1 dice, 1 one-minute timer, 60 Article Cards, 60 FED Cards, 10 Chance Cards, 10 Bounce Back Cards, and playing board.
 
 
About the session*
1 hour in duration
Full class size workshop with game-play
Includes 4 Human Rights Games to keep
We come to you**
 
 
*Workshops can be purchased for $825 + GST and travel costs. This offer is limited.
**Due to distances and travel costs it is not always possible for us to visit rural or remote areas.
 
 
Read Education Today's article on The Human Rights Game!
 
 
un-human-rights-game-author.jpg
 
"My co-author Andrea Chorney and I at the United Nations in New York with our educational board game. All going to plan, our game will be available from the UN June 2019 onwards."

Hugh Kingsley, The Brainary
 
 
 
 
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We teach a Human Rights class for you! 
 
 
The importance of Human Rights education in today’s world is far reaching. After a year of research and development The Brainary has published the ground-breaking Human Rights Game and can now offer schools and public libraries the opportunity to host a Human Rights Incursion for a class-sized workshop. In this incursion we come to you and teach a class, using The Human Rights Game. The workshop also includes 4 games to keep at the end.
 
 
 
Our educational game is underpinned with the United Nations 30 Articles and its three pillars (Freedom, Equity, and Dignity), so that it has contemporary relevance and authenticity. It is also endorsed by the United Nations and addresses the following curriculum criteria:
 
 
SCAN Skills Addressed
Foundation Skills: Basic skills, Thinking skills, Personal Qualities
Workplace Competencies: Interpersonal, Information, Systems
Game Features
 
 
Human Rights affects everyone all over the world. However, there are far too many alarming press reports citing ongoing human rights abuses in all walks of life. Furthermore, there are too many reports of students experiencing record levels of anxiety.
 
 
The first aim of The Human Rights Game is to make a positive difference by teaching children and teens about their rights, freedoms and responsibilities as individuals and groups of individuals in educational settings. We underpinned our educational game with the United Nations 30 Articles and its three pillars (Freedom, Equity, and Dignity), so that it has contemporary relevance and authenticity.
 
 
The second aim of our game is to help students learn right from wrong in a rapidly changing world whereby mores, customs, ethics, and values are learnt from non-traditional sources often with materialistic and prejudice underpinnings. Much of the learning takes place though discussion, short storytelling and problem-solving.
 
 
Learning Objectives
 
The Human Rights Game is an entertaining and highly engaging educational game that addresses the following learning objectives:
 
1. Learn about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, its 30 Articles and its three underpinning pillars of freedom, equality, and dignity.
2. Learn how the 30 Articles and pillars of the Universal Declaration of Humans Rights relate to everyday life.
3. Develop an understanding of right from wrong in a variety of everyday situations based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
4. Develop an understanding that more than one solution may be acceptable in a variety of everyday situations involving the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
5. Learn the importance and relevance of problem-solving when more than one salutation is acceptable in a variety of situations involving the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
6. Develop an understanding that freedom and rights also come with responsibilities
7. Learn the importance and relevance of healthy rules and regulations in life.
 
 
SCAN Skills Addressed
Foundation Skills: Basic skills, Thinking skills, Personal Qualities
Workplace Competencies: Interpersonal, Information, Systems
Playing Time: Flexible 40-60 minutes
Players: 2-6
Ages: 10-14 and 15 plus
Grades: 5-12 (cards for 5-8 & 9-12)
Contents: Instruction booklet, 6 pawns, 1 dice, 1 one-minute timer, 60 Article Cards, 60 FED Cards, 10 Chance Cards, 10 Bounce Back Cards, and playing board.
 
 
About the session*
1 hour in duration
Full class size workshop with game-play
Includes 4 Human Rights Games to keep
We come to you**
 
 
*Workshops can be purchased for $825 + GST and travel costs. This offer is limited.
**Due to distances and travel costs it is not always possible for us to visit rural or remote areas.
 
 
Read Education Today's article on The Human Rights Game!
 
 
un-human-rights-game-author.jpg
 
"My co-author Andrea Chorney and I at the United Nations in New York with our educational board game. All going to plan, our game will be available from the UN June 2019 onwards."

Hugh Kingsley, The Brainary
 
 
 
 

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