11-year-old Naomi Oloyede from Nigeria travelled to Vienna to take part in the International Conference "Educating for the Rule Of Law". At the High-Level opening, on behalf of all children, she urged to make the world a better, safer and more inclusive place: "We want to grow up in a place where there is peace and where the rule of law is respected".
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 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.
Promoting a culture of lawfulness in and out of school settings, we can boost quality education for children and youth!
This video explains key issues related to human rights in the context of migrant smuggling and human trafficking.
The Zorbs is a cartoon series that tells a story of an imaginary planet and four of its inhabitants who come to Earth to teach primary school children core values such as teamwork, respect and ethics.
Put your helmets on and join The Zorbs adventures!
Every year, thousands of migrants and refugees travel across the world in search of safe heaven and better livelihood opportunities. Amongst these people, there are victims of trafficking and smuggled migrants. But what does it mean to be a victim of trafficking or smuggled migrants, and what is the difference between trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrant?
A particularly colourful delegation visited the Vienna International Centre, to present its credentials to Yury Fedotov, UNODC Executive Director and Director-General of the United Nations Office in Vienna.
#Education4Justice opened an interactive space in Museo Tin Marín - El Salvador's children's museum. Here, primary school children can play and learn about online safety and develop critical thinking.