Six week program
Suitable for students aged 11-14 years old
Developed with support from UCL’s Institute of Education
Freedom of Expression is defined as the right to express one’s ideas and opinions freely through speech, writing, and other forms of communication such as art and music.
Our first program explores global, local, individual and historical perspectives on Freedom of Expression. Students work collaboratively in class and as part of global teams. Each week they focus on a different aspect of Freedom of Expression, including the Human Right to Expression, expression online, fake news and media bias, and examine the attitudes, policies and laws in their own and other countries. A range of online and in-class activities encourage students to express their own opinions, think critically and engage with perspectives different to their own.