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Forms – Community Story and Guide to Positive Action

As part of Small Places, Close to Home, we utilized the Community Story form to help participants consider a human rights issue — either supported or not supported — in their daily lives. After identifying their chosen issue, they then made use of the Guide to Positive Action to clarify what steps they might take […]

TWAICB Institute – Small Places, Close to Home

TWAICB Institute – Small Places, Close to Home

On March 17, 2018, TWAICB hosted “Small Places, Close to Home,” a one-day institute on the UDHR.  Presenters shared information about the history and importance of the UDHR, and participants joined group activities, including the use of these forms  to identify human rights issues being honored or dishonored in their communities, and possible positive actions […]

Poster Art – Small Places, Close to Home

Arroyo High School 2017 Town Hall: We All Bleed Red

Arroyo High School 2017 Town Hall: We All Bleed Red

On December 19, 2017, the DPA (Developmental Psychology of Adolescents) Class of the Arroyo High School Future Leaders of Social Change Small Learning Academy presented their annual Town Hall on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). The theme  was We All Bleed Red. Students explained that they chose this theme to convey that all […]