Drs. Covell and Howe established the Children’s Rights Centre at Cape Breton University, and operated it from July 1996 to July 2013. Among other projects (such as this report on Youth Violence and these many publications), the centre developed several resources for teaching children’s rights to children, including a colouring book and suggested curricula for several grades. The benefits of comprehensive children’s rights education are described in this report.
Some of those resources are available here. Please note, these items are the originals as distributed by the Centre, and have not been reviewed or updated. Links and other references may no longer be valid. Unless otherwise noted in the resource, all material on this page only is distributed under the following terms:
CBU Children’s Rights Centre Resources by K. Covell and B. Howe is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Teaching Children’s Rights Through Art
Enseigner les droits de l’enfant par l’art
Fighting Hunger the Right’s Way
Lutter contre la faim à l’aide des droits
Colour it Rights
Colour it Rights – Teacher’s Guide
Colour it Rights – Teacher’s Guide and Colouring Book
Coloriez vos droits
Coloriez vos droits – guide de l’enseignant
Grade 6 Curriculum
classe 6 programme d’enseignement
Grade 8 Curriculum
classe 8 programme d’enseignement
Grade 12 Curriculum
classe 12 programme d’enseignement
Making a Class Charter
Wants and Rights Cards
Self-Evaluation Tool for Schools
View and order books by Covell and Howe.
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