Child Rights Education


Child Rights Education: teaching resources for primary and post-primary students.

As the world’s largest children’s organisation, UNICEF is committed to ensuring that all children everywhere know their rights.

We have developed a range of interactive teaching resources for children aged 4-17. These workshops support teachers to lead discussions and activities on a range of topics including children’s rights, poverty, gender inequality, climate change, and the United Nations Global Goals on Sustainable Development.

We also have lessons on specific projects such as Emergency Lessons and World’s Largest Lesson. 

It’s not just for teachers! If you are a young person and are interested in a topic, why not take the initiative to download our pack and introduce it to your teacher or youth leader?

We often deliver lessons at youth events around Ireland. In the coming months you will find us at Empower Maynooth, The TY Expo, Zeminar, Culture Night at Trinity, the CSPE Conference, Navan Global Goals Summit, and the GAA Youth Forum.

Workshops are tailored to suit the classroom but can be adjusted to suit a range of more informal learning environments. Students will be both informed and inspired to consider their role in making the world a better place for children and their families everywhere.

To access resources visit our youth website. If you need further assistance don’t hesitate to contact us by emailing or calling us on 01-878 3000.