KS4: Citizenship – ‘International Human Rights’

This KS4 Citizenship lesson poses questions to learners after indepth research activities such as:

Should our government ‘interfere’ with human rights policy on other countries?

Should we enforce basic human rights in other countries?

Should other countries be able to decide for themselves how they want their own people to be treated?

Is it acceptable for people in different countries to behave in a way which would be considered homophobic in the UK? Why does this happen?

By the end of the lesson all students must know that lesbian and gay people have different rights in different countries around the world.

Most students should be able to offer one opinion on the differing rights of lesbian and gay people in different countries.

Some students could offer balanced reasons for or against the human rights of lesbian or gay people in different countries.


Downloads:

KS4 Citizenship Japan News Article 1
KS4 Citizenship Japan News Article 2
KS4 Citizenship Malawi News Article 1
KS4 Citizenship Malawi News Article 2
KS4 Citizenship Romania News Article 1
KS4 Citizenship Romania News Article 2
KS4 Citizenship South Africa Factsheet
KS4 Citizenship South Africa News Article 1
KS4 Citizenship Uganda News Article 1
KS4 Citizenship International Human Rights PowerPoint
KS4 Citizenship International Human Rights Lesson Plan
KS4-Citizenship-Japan-Factsheet 2
KS4-Citizenship-Romania-Factsheet
KS4-Citizenship-Uganda-Factsheet
KS4-Citizenship-International-Human-Rights11-Lesson-Plan 3
KS$-Citizenship-Colorado-factsheet

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