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Do you need effective manuals and other education material to support your human rights work? Are you looking for tools and tips to take action in your community? Check out our Resources Library and learn new ways to educate about human rights!

Learn about our Resources Library

In this Library you will find an array of resources drawn from Equitas’ extensive practice in human rights education to support your work towards social change.  

In collaboration with our partners across the world, the resources included in this library aim to strengthen leadership for advancing human rights, with regards to gender equality and in community life; to strengthen human rights movements; and to improve the practice of human rights educators to engage and influence decision makers around human rights.  

These resources are at the core of our human rights education work. They are organized by language, thematic areas and resource type. We encourage you to use these resources, adapt and improve upon through your own practice, and share them out! 

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What is Accessibility?

Accessibility is ensuring the ability for everyone, regardless of disability, to have access, use, and benefit from their environment. It means making sure that people with disabilities have access to the physical environment, transportation, information and communications and to other facilities and services that are open or provided to the public, on an equal basis with others. Accessibility means having the necessary conditions to reduce or eliminate the barriers that hinder the full and effective participation of persons with disabilities on an equal basis with others.

Published in

  • English
  • Equity diversity and inclusion
  • Reference materials

Play It Fair! Day Guide

Play it Fair! Day is a chance for the children and staff to join in activities that highlight positive values, children’s rights and participation through games and group discussions. It is also a good opportunity to promote your program by inviting parents, members of the community or local press to see what you are doing.

Published in

  • English
  • Children and youth
  • Activities and workshops

One Flag, Six Colours

An artistic activity to recognize and respect the diversity of the LGBTI community; to question the prejudices existing within the LGBTI community. Also available in French.

Published in

  • English
  • Equity diversity and inclusion, LGBTQ2I
  • Activities and workshops

The Impact of Violence on Women’s Participation in Decision Making

This activity helps map and identify the different forms of violence against women in a community and aims to reflect on the impact of violence in the participation of women in decision-making.

Published in

  • English
  • Gender equality, Peace and security
  • Activities and workshops, Reference materials

Tips for Engaging Women in Conflict Mitigation

This resource document provides guidance on ensuring that women are included in all stages of peace negotiations and post-conflict reconstruction. Also available in French.

Published in

  • English
  • Equity diversity and inclusion, Gender equality
  • Reference materials

Human Rights Education and Conflict Transformation

This reference guide that explores the understand of conflict and conflict transformation where HRE and a human rights-based approach can contribute to transforming conflict.

Published in

  • English
  • Methodology, Peace and security
  • Reference materials

Picture It! metaphors

In this activity, participants create visual metaphors. The objective is to have participants identify and share personal changes they have experienced or something they are proud of having achieved.

Published in

  • English
  • Methodology
  • Activities and workshops

How to Get Youth to Participate in Decision Making?

This reference material includes lessons learned about what’s needed to get youth to participate and reflections on good practices for youth participation in decision making.

Published in

  • English
  • Children and youth
  • Reference materials