This is an assignment for high school students to create a human rights perspective artwork. It asks students to create an artwork that upholds, promotes or encourages a human rights perspective through images and text.
It includes 8 pages of the assignment description, image examples, steps to begin, Evaluation breakdown, a simplified version of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Quote by famous human rights activists, marking rubric, and links to some videos on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and a link for Amnesty International posters to use as examples.
It was set up as a charcoal drawing or painting, but could be adapted for a variety of mediums.
This assignment could be paired with lessons on drawing, symbolism, text, contemporary art activists, graffiti artists, and history.