Can you give us your opinion about the project “Everybody is born with RIGHTS”?
I think the project “Everybody is born with rights” was interesting and informative, especially thanks to the way we talked about the topic in non-formal lesson (using role play, games and group activities) and give me the opportunity to reflect on simple but very important issue. In addition, this project allowed me to meet people from other countries, discover their tradition, to share my culture and my experiences related to this period of health emergency and to know how the people from other countries are living this times.
Why is promoting minority human rights so necessary and why we must fight for equality?
Promoting minority human rights is important because everyone has to know their rights and also respect other people’s right and nowadays no one should be discriminated due to his race, his colour skin, his sexuality and we must fight for equality because we are all equal and everyone has the same rights without any difference.
Which of the Articles of the UDHR you found more interesting? Why?
In my opinion, the most interesting article is the second – “right to life” because it is linked to very different and interesting topics that are not often treated in the correct way as euthanasia or abortion.
What is the most important thing you have learned during the training? How do you plan to share and use your knowledge?
I learned not to take everything for granted above all if it something related to human rights, I discover some cases in which they was violated and I think the best way to share my knowledge is talking with other people sharing my experience and what I learn.