To start to appreciate how people’s human rights can conflict and why they need to be limited, students review a legal case between Naomi Campbell and the Mirror. They learn that most human rights can be limited but some are absolute, and then take on the role of Head Teacher to review a number of scenarios and decide if human rights should be limited or not. They finish by discussing the limits of different human rights.
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- Understand that some human rights can be limited and restricted.
- Understand that some human rights are absolute.
- Understand that human rights need to be balanced to protect individuals and wider society.
- Lesson 10 teacher notes
- Slides: Lesson 10
- Worksheet 38 - Real-life conflict
- Worksheet 39 - Limiting human rights
- Worksheet 40 - What are the limits?
- Worksheet 32 - Human rights cards
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Last updated: 14 Apr 2016