Wanna play?

Here you can find the final result of our project. It means that you are able to see and download the music*, tools and methods, divided as we explain before, in two different target groups. Each tool comes with a list of the material you need. In specific cases, you have to print some extra documents – playing cards or instructions, as noted. At the same time, you are able to find additional tools at the bottom of this page, we wanted to share with you other tools that we were using during our Youth Exchange.

We would like to say thank you for the cooperation between the partners during all this period. We will appreciate to receive your comments and feedback on our work so we can grow and improve.

*All the music is freely downloadable on our SoundCloud.


 

TOOL BOX FOR YOUTH

In this section, you can find the tools designed primarily for youth between the ages of 15 and 30 that predominantly deal with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The tools are created to bring human rights topics closer to youth and make them understand that it is a common basic consensus of almost all countries, but to recognise that not all the countries fully respect and even violate these rights.On the other hand, the goal is to empower the youth to feel confident and capable and to be proactive and responsible citizens. Once they better understand their rights, they will also become aware of their impact on the world around them.

Each tool comes with a list of the material you need. In specific cases, you have to print some extra documents – playing cards or instructions, as noted.

TOOL BOX FOR YOUNGSTERS

In this section, we present tools designed primarily for youngsters between the ages of 10 and 15 that predominantly deal with the Convention on the Rights of the Child. During this age, children form their compass of values, which will guide them for the rest of their lives. They no longer learn only from their parents but from peers, and social contexts as well. On the other hand, the topic of children’s rights is not given enough attention. Youth should be empowered and educated to be aware of their rights. The tools presented are created to be understandable for children. We have tried to avoid complicated words and ambiguities. The music is also designed to be catchy for youngsters.

Each tool comes with a list of the material you need. In specific cases, you have to print some extra documents – playing cards or instructions, as noted.


Welcome to the

ADDITIONAL
TOOLS

In this section, we introduce warm-ups, energizers, and teambuilding activities. In the context of this project we adjusted some of them by adding a little bit of musical twist. 


Welcome to the

ONLINE
BOOKLET

Here you click to download our methodological toolkit to promote human rights among young people. You will find all the methods, songs and lyrics that we have produced! 

Imprint

The website, and all content in terms of project results, was created thanks to the cooperation of the entire Educational Music Tools to promote Human Rights among young people project team composed of the NGO partners Comala, Farra Fanfarra, Narandzasti, Roter Baum Berlin and Zdravo Da Ste.

Educational Music Tools to promote Human Rights among young people is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
The European Union is not responsible for any content. Such content represents the view of its authors only.

Responsible publisher

Publisher by Roter Baum Berlin UG, represented by Martin Kleinfelder. Stendelar Straße 43, 12627 Berlin. July 2022.

Contact info

Project coordinator: Roter Baum Berlin
Stendaler Straße 43 – Berlin
+49 030 99 28 18 40
info@roterbaum

https://www.roter-baum-berlin.de/