Stories that Move
In this learning path, learners:
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This includes tips and extra information per track
This learning path consists of three tracks (lessons) each with a number of steps.
Track 1: Learners explore social engagement and listen to two people who took action after an antisemitic attach on a synagogue in Copenhagen in 2015. They consider reasons for and against taking action in situations involving discrimination.
Track 2: Learners reflect on the way human rights affect their own lives and those of others. They work with one of three cases that were taken to the European Court of Human Rights and consider the actors in the cases.
Track 3: Learners listen to five young people who took action. They then consider different forms of taking action and work in small groups on an example of discrimination and action. The last step prepares leaners to develop their own action plan.
Learners require approximately 50 minutes for track 1, 100 minutes for track 2 and 50 minutes for track 3, plus additional time if they are to plan and execute their own action.
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