Toolkit on how to inform young people about their rights
The toolkit on Young People’s Access to Rights through Youth Information and Counselling (2015) was developed by the Council of Europe in partnership with the European Youth Information and Counselling Agency (ERYICA). Its main purpose is to assist youth information workers working directly with young people, but it can also be used in other non-formal activities, as it offers many sources of information and inspiration on how to inform young people about their rights in an appealing way.
Only a combination of information and practical experience can ensure that human rights and youth issues will be fully understood and given meaning. Therefore, at the end of the toolkit you will find a list of practical activities to help young people understand human rights better.
* The toolkit is available with full online access in English, French and Russian on links below
- Council of Europe. Manuals and Handbooks. Council of Europe – official website: https://www.coe.int/en/web/youth/manuals-and-handbooks
- Council of Europe. 2015. Young people’s access to rights through youth information and counselling: https://rm.coe.int/16807023d9