In early December 2017, the Arroyo Rite of Passage class participants began the process of identifying their Community Action Project. The first class discussion centered on selecting the three UDHR Articles they associated most closely with community issues that concerned them.
Consider This: Human Rights as a "Rising Tide" to Float All Boats
TWAICB Director Sandy Sohcot reflects on the program's successes ten years on.
Small Places, Close to Home
On March 17, 2018, TWAICB hosted “Small Places, Close to Home,” a one-day institute on the UDHR.
What Do Human Rights Sound Like?
TWAICB Director Sandy Sohcot and Everyone Orchestra Conductor Matt Butler led a reading and discussion of the UDHR at the Oregon County Fair.
Human Rights on Record: Art With a Conscience
Longtime TWAICB colleague Pedro Mena discusses his art education work at Columbus Academy in Columbus, Ohio.
Arroyo High School Town Hall: We All Bleed Red
Students 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.
Future Leaders Go to Washington, Part 2
Three students at AFSC Youth Summit wrote on Human Rights issues to discuss while meeting with their congressional representatives.
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.