Human Rights Workout

Study human rights through real-life events


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Violence against Women: Consent
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Languages: ruen
When do authorities have legitimate reasons for refusing protests and when do they violate our human right to assemble peacefully? In this module, you will follow how ordinary citizens, whose protests were not authorised by Russian authorities, took their case to the European Court of Human Rights and won.
Languages: ruen
What obligations do states have in protecting us when we protest peacefully on the streets? In this module, you will find out how a group of activists in Georgia appealed to the European Court of Human Rights for a judgement in protecting their right to safely conduct a march against homophobia without fear of violent counter-demonstrators.
Languages: ruen
What is the connection between sexual violence and human rights? How should states define rape and what are their obligations regarding allegations of rape? In this module, we follow the case of ‘E.B’, who sought justice when Romanian authorities failed to investigate her allegations of rape adequately.
Languages: ruen
When do authorities have legitimate reasons for refusing protests and when do they violate our human right to assemble peacefully? In this module, you will follow how ordinary citizens, whose protests were not authorised by Russian authorities, took their case to the European Court of Human Rights and won.
Languages: ruen
What obligations do states have in protecting us when we protest peacefully on the streets? In this module, you will find out how a group of activists in Georgia appealed to the European Court of Human Rights for a judgement in protecting their right to safely conduct a march against homophobia without fear of violent counter-demonstrators.
Languages: ruen
What is the connection between sexual violence and human rights? How should states define rape and what are their obligations regarding allegations of rape? In this module, we follow the case of ‘E.B’, who sought justice when Romanian authorities failed to investigate her allegations of rape adequately.
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Irina, Kyrgyzstan
I really liked it. As a teacher, I think the case is perfect for a lesson on human rights. It does not immediately give you the right answer, but really makes you think and immerse yourself in the case.
Katharine, France
I enjoyed it, especially the illustrations!
Yelena, Ukraine
I like the idea of teaching human rights in such an entertaining and interactive way.
Yevgeniy, Russia
It was very interesting. It doesn’t take much time to complete and you learn some useful information.
Sam, UK
I don't know much about human rights, so the exercise was really informative and made me more interested in the topic in general.

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