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The front cover of the Explorers Rights Challenge Badge resource pack. Depiciting a hand covering a globe with the scouts fleur-de-lis symbol next to it.

Explorers: Rights Challenge Badge Resource Pack

The Rights Challenge Badge helps Explorers learn more about their human rights, and the rights of other young people. Explorers – who are aged between 14 and 18 – can do a range of activities to earn the badge. These include creating a communications project around human rights, campaigning for a change in their community, and learning and sharing information about the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). 

Scouts Resource Pack: Rights Challenge Badge

The Rights Challenge Badge – the logo of which was designed by Scout Christopher, ten, from Lenzie, East Dunbartonshire – features a range of activities and resources to empower Cubs, Scouts, Beavers and Squirrels aged between 4 and 14 to learn about and understand their rights. It promotes adult leaders’ awareness of children’s rights too.  

The badge is available for more than 20,000 Cubs and Scouts to complete. There is a separate version for Scouts with activities suited for that age group and another version for the younger Beavers and Squirrels.

Front cover of the rights acrostic resource.

Activity: Writing rights poems

March 2021. Children have the right to express themselves, and you can use this resource to help them do that and create an acrostic poem about their human rights.

Word Search 1.

Rights word search 1

March 2021. A rights-based word search for children to use as part of a session or lesson around human rights.

Word Search 2.

Rights word search 2

March 2021. A rights-based word search for children to use as part of a session or lesson around human rights.

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