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Human Rights Tree

  1. Ask participants to form 8 groups. (2 minutes)
  2. All groups will be given a chart paper and colorful pens. (2 minutes)
  3. Ask all participants to draw a tree : for branches, leaves and flowers they should write the fundamental Human Rights that they believe are necessary in each individual’s life. The roots of the tree should represent the necessary factors in society which help achieve these rights (20 minutes)
  4. All groups should present their tree and explain the rights and the basis (roots) that they chose. (8x 5 minutes)
  5. As the end of the presentations a universal tree of human rights should be drawn, containing all the rights found by all groups as branches, leaves and flowers, and all the social structures necessary to achieve them as roots. (15 minutes)
  6. The tree should be displayed in public for the remaining of the camp
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