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Webinar 1

Join us for the first session of our three-part series "Zooming for Human Rights Education," where participants can find out how to incorporate human rights education into online teaching that engages students, and meet our global community of human rights educators.

This session, which was recorded on April 27, 2020, gave participants the opportunity to:
- Learn about human rights principles and education.
- Access STTP resources at no cost, including online lesson plans, contests, a virtual field trip, and more!

- Connect with the STTP team and the incredible educators already using the program in their classrooms.

Download the slides used in this webinar: https://cutt.ly/cynPRPG

Webinar 2

Join us for the second session of our three-part series "Zooming for Human Rights Education," where participants can find out how to incorporate human rights education into online teaching that engages students, and meet our global community of human rights educators.

This session, which was recorded on May 11, 2020, gave participants the opportunity to:
- Learn how to use the arts as a tool to help students become human rights defenders.
- Get exclusive access to our free arts-focused materials, including a songwriting curriculum, monologues, audience Call to Action 'How To', and more!
- Hear tips and testimonials from educators teaching the arts through a human rights lens.
- Engage in a Q&A with the STTP team.

Webinar 3

Join us for the final session of our three-part series "Zooming for Human Rights Education," where participants can find out how to incorporate human rights education into online teaching that engages students, and meet our global community of human rights educators.

This session, which was recorded on May 18, 2020, gave participants the opportunity to:
- Learn about how we define "human rights defenders."
- Discuss STTP's youth organizing approach.
- Hear from STTP educators about how their students have taken action.
- Community share: examples of youth actions from participants