Civics-Teaching Students about international organizations: ILO

Civics-Teaching Students about international organizations: ILO
Civics-Teaching Students about international organizations: ILO
Civics-Teaching Students about international organizations: ILO
Civics-Teaching Students about international organizations: ILO
Civics-Teaching Students about international organizations: ILO
Civics-Teaching Students about international organizations: ILO
Civics-Teaching Students about international organizations: ILO
Civics-Teaching Students about international organizations: ILO
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In this activity, students will define human rights, give examples of human rights,explain why human rights are important and yet sometimes violated, and identify how international organizations like the ILO are providing oversight and schooling to children
trapped in their work. Teachers will receive background information on the International Labor Organization, a list of simplified human rights worksheet and a 2 day activity revolving around basic human rights and a picture book called Waiting for the Owl by Gloria Whelan. Students will relate basic human rights to the real life situation of young girls forced to work for their families and forego school.
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