Are you concerned about your children getting hooked to devices? The characters from the #OnlineZoo teach them about the key principles of internet safety in an engaging and positive way.
In recent years there have been few topics garnering as much widespread interest as human trafficking and migrant smuggling. These issues have attracted the attention of Governments, NGOs, International Organizations, the media as well as academia.
Young people learning to code can have a massive impact on them and the world around them. The UN Office on Drugs and Crime hosted a hackathon in conjunction with Symantec in Silicon Valley to do just that.
Over 1,500 Model UN conferences are held yearly, involving up to half a million students around the globe. Our MUN Resource Guide provides valuable information on organizing an MUN conference addressing various aspects of the rule of law.
Building a culture of lawfulness starts with strengthening our ethical values and the ability to act upon them. To that end, #Education4Justice developed a series of Integrity and Ethics Modules for lecturers across the world.
"Chuka, Break the Silence" is one of UNODC's most innovative projects. The creative, bespoke video game helps young girls develop ways to respond to psychological, physical and sexual violence, while raising boys' awareness and helping them recognize such situations. By playing as the character Chuka, a 13-year old female YouTuber and gamer who encounters haters and monsters in a nightmare, children learn to be assertive and to take actions which help them defeat various forms of gender-based violence.
The Education for Justice (E4J) initiative seeks to prevent crime and promote a culture of lawfulness through education activities designed for primary, secondary and tertiary levels. These activities will help educators teach the next generation to better understand and address problems that can undermine the rule of law and encourage students to actively engage in their communities and future professions in this regard. Around this, we spoke to Wendy O'Brian, Deakin Univeristy, to get her thoughts on how to implement education based on the rule of law in a local context.
The Education for Justice initiative helps educators teach the next generation to better understand and address problems that can undermine the rule of law and encourage students to actively engage in their communities and future professions in this regard. Around this, we spoke to Peter Cassidy, Director of Research at TriArche Research Group, to get his thoughts on the role of education based on the rule of law in shaping the value of future generations.