The Body of Human Rights

Students, in groups, draw a life-size outline of a person on paper. They then place each article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on a part of the body, writing the number of the article in the appropriate place (e.g., Article 26, Right to Education, might be written on the head.)

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