Category: Rights Hero

Impact report for the Rights Hero program

This impact report highlights the transformative effects of the “Rights Hero” game and educational scenarios on students, teachers, and communities. Through engaging activities, discussions, and interactive learning experiences, this initiative has empowered students to become informed and active participants in society, fostering a deeper understanding of democratic principles and promoting civic engagement. This research was […]

How can I play Rights Hero? Our Italian partners show us!

Are you wondering how to play the game Rights Hero in the class?How can the alien child learn the Convention of Children’s Rights? Check out the tutorial by Cisssong, our partner from Italy Join the event on 12/2, 16:00-18:00(CET) to discuss on the value of gamification in the promotion of children’s rights. Register here […]

Join us for the final event of the ERASMUS+ project “Rights Hero” 🗓

We are pleased to invite you to the final event of the ERASMUS+ project “Rights Hero” on 12/2/2024, 16:00-18:00 (CET) where we will present the game and the implementation results in all partner countries. The project “Rights Hero”, (Erasmus+ KA220-SCH – Cooperation partnerships in school education through IKY) runs in 4 countries (Denmark, Greece, Italy, […]


It is our honor and pleasure to invite you to our International Webinar on behalf of our ERASMUS+ program “Rights Hero”. This webinar will be conducted by the implementation team of the European ERASMUS+ program, “Rights Hero”, to raise awareness of the Convention of the Rights of the Child. November 27th   17.00 h. – 19.00 h. CET   […]

Completion of training seminars for teachers on the use of the online game “Rights Hero”

The Network for Children’s Rights, together with its partners the 49th Primary School of Athens and Action Synergy, implemented 3 (11, 19 & 24/10) remote training seminars for teachers on the use of the electronic game “Rights Hero” and implementation of workshops regarding raising students’ awareness of issues related to the Convention on the Rights […]