Human Rights in Practice
HR in practice – Enables to inform and discuss difficult and sensitive issues such as women’s rights in an interactive way. Through the development of a board game, more knowledge about society, increased self-awareness, better understanding of human rights and women’s rights are promoted and established.
This is based on open dialogue, in the form of discussion of important and often sensitive issues, language training to create a language for discussion of different issues, and strengthening of the sense of belonging and social inclusion.
The 'Human Rights in Practice' Game
- Challenge Tackled
- Different perspectives on women’s role and rights
- Often top-down approach in social orientation
- Limited possibilities to understand and discuss values and rules in new society
- Limited knowledge of language to discuss
- Limited inclusion in society and sense of belonging
- Limited access to practical help, authorities and organisations
- Fears of authorities.
- Target group, beneficiaries or clients
Newly arrived immigrants, language teachers.
- Learning about rights of women and equality
- Discussion based on dialogue
- Discussing important and often sensitive issues
- Language training for creating a language to discuss different issues
- Increased sense of belonging and social inclusion
- Learning to contact and seek information, where to get help
- More contact with authorities and less fear
Interactive and empowering.
- Unique Selling Point
Enables to inform about and discuss difficult and sensitive questions such as women’s rights in an interactive way.
More knowledge about society, empowering, increased understanding of human rights and women’s rights.
Can be transferable and used for other issues and target groups.