Play It Fair! Toolkit

Play It Fair! is an easy to use educational Toolkit developed to promote human rights, non-discrimination and peaceful conflict resolution within non-formal education programs for children, such as summer camps or after school activities.

  • A resource of activities. More than 60 games to promote human rights values such as cooperation, respect for diversity, fairness, inclusion, respect, responsibility and acceptance with children aged 6-12 years and youth working with them.
  • A prevention tool. To promote positive values and encourage the development of an environment that fosters inclusion, respect and cooperation.
  • An intervention tool. To provide constructive responses to conflict and to support staff to address challenging situations related to bullying, cliques, exclusion etc.

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NOTE!This publication may be reproduced by any organization for use in human rights education activities, provided the source is acknowledged and Equitas – International Center for Human Rights Education is notified of such use.

No part of this publication may be adapted, distributed in any other form or by any means, or stored in a database or retrieval system without the authorization of Equitas. Commercial reproduction and use are prohibited.

Copyright © 2008 Equitas – International Centre for Human Rights Education
ISBN – 13 978-2-921337-94-6
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