Engaging Children and Youth

John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights, The

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Provides learning and education on inclusion, peace-building, and human rights to foster enterprising, inclusive, and engaged children and youth.

Service provides:

  • learning and education

Trainings and workshops include:

  • Digital Literacy Workshops - a range of workshops to support children, youth, parents, and educators to grapple with online dangers and online safety, discrimination, misinformation, and disinformation, and to provide tools and skills in addressing online discrimination and fostering a safe environment online
  • Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression Workshops - a range of workshops for different age groups allowing them to explore topics of anti-racism and anti-oppression as well as connect to Canada's history of exclusion and how that manifests in present day spaces
  • Human Rights Education Sessions - workshops and tools to support youth and children in education related to various areas of rights including children's rights, migrants rights, poverty rights, Indigenous rights, 2STQLGBIA+ rights, and more

Online resources include:

  • Paint The Rails - a book and colouring book sharing art, local stories, and history of Edmonton communities
  • Advancing Reconciliation in Education - a program for students exploring reconciliation from a rights-based lens, including a toolkit
Yes, Service targeted to:
  • grades 5 to 12
Application Process
Service Access: See below, To access service:
  • visit website for more information on trainings and workshops
  • visit website for online resources

Referral Process: No

Waiting Period: No,
Web Site
Fee: No

Fee Reduction: No

Membership Fee: Yes,

Annual membership by donation. Suggested amount $5.

Wheelchair access: N/A -
Other disabled access: N/A -
Last Verified On
February 9, 2024
Hours of Operation

Program hours vary.