Human Rights Educators USA has partnered with the Brainery to bring you an entertaining and highly engaging educational board game called The Human Rights Game©. Built around the foundation of the 30 Articles of the UDHR, and the three pillars of the United Nations Freedom, Equity, and Dignity, The Human Rights Game aims to make a positive difference by teaching children and teens about their rights, freedoms, and responsibilities.
Through the game, players are challenged to make better choices, based on the UDHR, in a rapidly changing world whereby customs, ethics, and values are learned from non-traditional sources often with materialistic and prejudiced underpinnings. Much of the learning takes place through discussion, short storytelling, and problem-solving. Players are also encouraged to develop an understanding that freedom and rights also come with responsibilities, and learn the importance and relevance of healthy rules and regulations in life.
Your purchase of the Human Rights board game includes a free one-year facilitator subscription to the online version of the game.
As an added bonus, 45% of the proceeds from the purchase of every game will go to support Human Rights Educators USA and our mission to promote human dignity, justice, and peace through a vibrant base of support for human rights education (HRE) within the United States.
1. Learn about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, its 30 Articles and its three underpinning pillars of freedom, equality, and dignity.
2. Learn how the 30 Articles and pillars of the Universal Declaration of Humans Rights relate to everyday life.
3. Develop an understanding of better choices in a variety of everyday situations based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
4. Develop an understanding that more than one solution may be acceptable in a variety of everyday situations involving the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
5. Learn the importance and relevance of problem-solving when more than one solution is acceptable in a variety of situations involving the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
6. Develop an understanding that freedom and rights also come with responsibilities
7. Learn the importance and relevance of healthy rules and regulations in life.