Human rights belong to everyone equally. This site, its resources, our organization, and everything we offer is for you—teachers, facilitators, and students. We call our curriculum Colega, meaning your friend and partner in teaching and learning about human rights.  Through human rights education, Colega can help you develop the knowledge, skills and commitment necessary for promoting equality, dignity, kindness, and respect in your own community and throughout the world.


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Training 3 for the Philippines

Welcome to Training 3.

Watch for the 6 components during the lesson.

This video depicts a teacher teaching a group of children a chant about dignity.

Colega means friend. Our logo represents children and their books, celebrating human rights for all children.

This video entitled The Race is a pantomime that teaches different ways to teach.

This photo shows Spanish runner Ivan Fernandez and Kenyan runner Abel Mutai in the race.

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Divide participants into groups of 6.  Each member of a group chooses one of the components.  Using Lesson 1B, each member prepares (5 minutes) and shares with the group (30 minutes).

Class preparation, Lesson 10A


Each group studies the lesson and decides how to present it.


One of the groups will be chosen to demonstrate to the whole group.

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Why was that important?


Click on individual tabs in the navigation bar across the top of this page to discover where lesson materials, videos and other resources are located.

Website Navigation

Click on one of the lesson pages and download the Facilitators Toolkit.  Notice the individual sections organized with a variety of resources.

Explore the Toolkit

The document entitled What Makes Colega Work? contains valuable insights into making your experience with Colega successful.

Teachers open the door but students must walk through it on their own.