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The World As It Could Be Human Rights Education Program (TWAICB) is an outgrowth of a series of successful initiatives carried out since 2006 to inspire people of all ages to take actions, large and small, that lead to equality, justice and dignity for all. These initiatives use the creative arts to deepen learning about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR); they give participating youth the voice to teach their peers and adults about the importance of the UDHR principles.

Our Work in Use

UDHR & ILSP (Alameda County Office of Education program)


From: Louise Music
Subject: UDHR and ILSP
Date: […]
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Natalia Anciso demonstrates the positive impact of using the arts, play and teaching of the UDHR with second graders

Natalia Anciso head shot

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As part of our efforts to bring attention to the UHDR and its continuing relevance, we have created, and continue to develop Resources that aim to help people take effective action in their most immediate circles in connection with one or more of the UDHR Articles.

Resources to Help Bring Meaning of the UDHR Close to Home
Human Rights Education at Home: Virtual HRE Lessons and Activities
Reading List with Activities & Learning Outcomes

TWAICB Curriculum & Institute Information

TWAICB Curriculum
About the UDHR & HRE
Instructional Materials
TWAICB Rite of Passage Curriculum

Initiatives & Perspectives

“The America I Know”

Arroyo High School students reflect on their life experiences to cast a bright light on the different Americas of our time May 2021 [...]

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