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 of the Child. The seminar was addressed to teachers of all specialties of primary and secondary education with the aim of the video game being used in the classroom/school by teachers.
A total of 325 teachers from all over Greece participated. Indicatively, the participants were from Attica, Xanthi, Santorini, Serifos, Thessaloniki, Larissa, Chios, Lesvos, Ioannina, Veria, Patras, Heraklion, Komotini. In addition, the seminar on 24/10 was implemented in collaboration with the Heads of Cultural Affairs of the Directorates of P.E. A’ and D’ of Athens.
The Rights Hero program is Erasmus+ program KA220-SCH – Cooperation partnerships in school education through the national agency IKY. 4 countries participate in the program (Denmark, Greece, Italy, Romania) – Network for Children’s Rights, 49th Primary School of Athens, Action Synergy (Greece), OMEGA TECHNOLOGY (Greece), Crossing Borders (Denmark), CISS (Italy ) and ASOCIATIA GEYC (Romania) who with the help of children created 1 video game in 5 languages with 4 tracks and 8 scenarios for the rights of the child.