JustNow – A Toolbox for Teaching Human Rights




The output of the "JustNow" strategic partnership is an interactive learning platform containing methodological-didactical materials of (historical) human rights education.

The interactive learning platform "JustNow" is designed to support teachers, youth workers and young peer educators to actively create and use learning approaches for human rights education, which are part of the MICC project. In order to make the abstract subject of human rights accessible to young people and relate it to then own life situations, the learning platform offers different materials for different types of learners. The platform offers activity plans, exercises and timelines, as well as audiovisual content such as short animation movies which will help young people learn about human rights, diversity, basic democratic values and the rule of law independently or with the help of an educator. With the innovative approach of small-scale learning modules, this toolbox allows everyone to implement needs-tailored, innovative and engaging educational workshops.

The project “JustNow – A Toolbox for Teaching Human Rights” was created in response to internal evaluations and requests put forward by organisations and schools that previously participated in the Model International Criminal Court (MICC) project. The aim of the “JustNow” strategic partnership was the development of methodological-didactical materials relating to human rights education, combined with simulation game and diversity learning in non-formal and formal youth educational work.

The project outcome: the interactive learning platform www.teachjustnow.eu


The toolbox includes activity plans, timelines, and videos. Here are the videos:

International Criminal Court (ICC)

The UN Refugee Convention of 1951

Sexual Violence: An international crime


Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe, Poland
Croatian Educational and Development Network for the Evolution of Communication (HERMES), Croatia
International Association for Intercultural Education (IAIE), Netherlands


The project is co-financed by the European Union programme Erasmus+.

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