Supporting childrens rights through education, the arts, and media (SCREAM): Education Pack
Recorded in July 2016
Geographic Coverage: International
Type of Resource: Report
Sector/setting: Education and Schooling
Vulnerable groups: Children, Young People
Developed with children and young people? No
Type of participation: Child friendly information (e.g. websites, games, fact-sheets, or leaflets for children)
Availability: Open access
Keywords: Artistic Media, Authorities, Awareness, Creative Writing, Culture, Drama, Education, Guide, Modules, Music, SCREAM, Skills, Social Change, Teachers, Visual Arts, Young People
Young people are a driving force for change. The SCREAM programme aims to promote awareness among young people about children’s rights, with a focus on child labour, so that they in turn can speak out and mobilise their communities to act. Ultimately, SCREAM seeks to change social attitudes to promote a culture of respect for children’s rights and to strengthen the worldwide movement against child labour.
The education pack, which forms the basis of the SCREAM programme, is made up of 14 educational modules and a User’s Guide. The SCREAM modules enable young people to express themselves through different forms of artistic media, such as drama, creative writing, etc.