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The size of our privilege is the size of our responsibility.

Andrea Scharrz


• debate about the fact that before being a consumer,
each of us is a citizen;
• study the different roles of each one to act
in a more dignified society for all people;
• map challenges and design solutions exercising your citizenship
in your community


In a market that promotes consumption and consumers, understanding the space and role of citizens can make a big difference in the evolution of social awareness, essential for real transformations.


Recognizing Kindness

In this activity, students will come into contact with the “Kindness gifts” concept: gifts do not have to be purchased.
They will be led not only to think about types of "kindness" gifts, but also to exercise the capacity for gratitude among colleagues and family members.

Learning tools for civic participation

This list of ideas and resources contains a variety of issues related to civic participation - from analyzing historical events to documents and actions that students can take. This set of lessons, service design ideas, and resources is designed to spark ideas for advocacy. These lessons and projects teach citizenship strategies, rights and responsibilities.

Who has rights? Who has privileges?

Students play a game that explores the difference between rights and privileges and challenges their expectations of basic rights. Students will explore the issue of education as a right that not everyone has access to.

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