When it comes to knowing what is allowed and what is not there is a multitude of different judicial systems around the globe. However, underlying these structures there is a much deeper reaching ethical consensus on which unalterable rights every individual should have at all times. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is an effort to verbalize this consensus. Even though it is not legally binding, the declaration has been adopted in or has influenced most national constitutions ever since its adoption by the United Nations in 1948.

The Clapping Circle – Warming up

Meaningful Statues – Activity

Voices In Your Head – Activity

Advertising an Issue – Activity

The String – Reflection