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Student to World: Human Rights

by  Global Nomads Group

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Student to World is an online course where youth learn about global issues from articles, videos, and stories created by students from around the world. The program explores a theme from a local to global perspective, culminating with an action plan. Currently, the following themes are available: Global Hunger, Art in Action, Ocean Health, and Pandemic, Overcoming Bia, Mental Health, Sports, Women's Rights and Human Rights.


Student to World: Human Rights teaches about the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, the Sustainable Development Goals, and how this declaration of rights and development goals work together and relate to one another, as well as how people come together to fight human rights violations throughout the world. With unique features including student vlogs about human rights in their respective countries and tips for taking concrete action, this curriculum is of interest to everyone concerned with humanity, rights, and hopes for a better future.

REGISTER HERE: https://gng.org/student-to-world/#register

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About This Program

Cost

By Request: $0.00
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FREE!



Length

~6-8 hours of content


Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Homeschool/Family , Learning Pod

Minimum participants:

1

Maximum participants:

30


Primary Disciplines

International, Leadership, Problem Solving, Reading, Social and Emotional Learning( SEL), Social Studies/History, Writing


Program Delivery Mode

Canvas LMS



Booking Information

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Receive this program and 9 more for one low price when you purchase the CILC Virtual Expeditions package. Learn more

For more information contact CILC at (507) 388-3672

Provider's Cancellation Policy

Provider's Cancellation Policy
GNG has a strong commitment to providing each and every student the opportunity to develop the global competency skills needed to be successful in our world regardless of a school's ability to pay. Our Student to World program is available to all youth participants and their educators/facilitators for FREE.

Should you need to pause or stop programming, we ask that you reach out to our dedicated staff who can support in amending your program schedule and providing alternative implementation options.

About This Provider

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Global Nomads Group

New York, NY
United States

Founded in 1998, the Global Nomads Group (GNG) is a non-profit organization dedicated to heightening children's understanding and appreciation for the world and its people. Global Nomads Group programs focus on storytelling, an interdisciplinary and powerful vehicle for young people to build empathy, global awareness, and action oriented skills. By exchanging their personal stories with one another, youth reflect on their families, cultures, communities, and contexts and allow them to make global issues personal, relevant, and actionable.

Contact:
Jennifer Hawkins
jennifer@gng.org
+1 (917) 810-3885

Program Details

Format

Student to World: Human Rights is explored over the course of 4 modules:

Module 1 #EverydayHumanity: Teens explore and share stories about the everyday moments where we exercise our human rights and connects to the daily lived experiences of people and their rights across the world.

Module 2 #EverydayIdentity: Teens explore and share stories about how factors of equity, equality, and justice affect individual's unique experience globally by examining marginalized identities.

Module 3 #EverydayGlobalGoals: Teens will explore and share stories about the Sustainable Development Goals set by the UN and the importance of an SDG of their choice.

Module 4 #EverydayAction: Teens will explore and design action plans for supporting human rights individually, locally, and globally.

Objectives

Objectives
-Examine the human rights you practice daily
-Understand the concept of human rights and the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights
-Explore global human rights violations
-Reflect on the ways that marginalized people are denied human rights
-Consider the UN's Sustainable Development Goals and their relationship to human rights
-Explore the interconnectivity of the UN's SDGs
-Set a goal to support human rights
-Know how stories help connect us to one another.

Outcomes
1. Harness the power of their voice
2. Engage with difference
3. Experience deep empathy
4. Develop global awareness
5. Explore topics relevant and meaningful to their life

Standards Alignment

National Standards

Our program is aligned with the following standards:

-Asia Society Global Competencies

-CASEL’s Social & Emotional Learning

-United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

-English Language Proficiency

-English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

-National Arts Standards