Resources for educators
Free human rights education resources for use in classroom, home school, and community settings. Topics include climate justice, immigration detention in Canada, ending gun violence, letter writing, a guide on well-being for youth, and more. Some resources in French.
Newsletter for educators
ENGAGE! is published three times a year and describes new and existing educational resources, including online courses, lesson plans, discussion guides, and recommendations from educators. Free to subscribe and easy to unsubscribe!
Online Learning Centre
Stuck for ideas on breaking through the clutter with your local campaigning and action? Consider taking the new “Creative Activism” course recently posted to the Amnesty Canada Online Learning Centre. Registration is free and the skills courses take only 20 minutes to complete. Also available: Working with Others, Self-care for Activists, and Photography for Activists.
Book Discussion Guides
The Amnesty International Book Club features many diverse Canadian authors and every two months a new book is selected and a guide published with background information, questions for discussion, and a relevant human rights action.
For more information about resources for educators contact
Don Wright, National Outreach and Training Coordinator