Dwarka International School celebrates “Human Rights: Awareness for a change”

Dwarka International School observed Human Rights week with the aim to educate the students about the role and importance of Human Rights in everyday life. Depicting the relevance of Human Rights various activities were planned for the week which included movie shows, poster making, graffiti, debates and talk show. Addressing the students following a series of events on various issues relating to Human Rights in the special assembly, Principal Ritu Mehta said “It is the responsibility of the youth to respect the rights of others and create a peaceful environment for a better living”

Various innovative activities were conducted for students of class I to class X. Little masters of classes I,II and III were shown interesting video clippings based on Human Rights. The art can help to make concepts more concrete and effective. Inter house poster making competition for class IV and graffiti for class V and VI was organized where students had put together their ideas based on Human Rights. The students of class VII and VIII had a discussion on the topic VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS. All the students participated enthusiastically and expressed their views and opinions.

A special assembly was also organized by the students of class VIII wherein they presented a street play Awareness on basic Rights. There was an inter house quiz for class VIII and IX in which each house performed very well. Finally Principal mam addressed the gathering and gave a motivational talk based on safeguarding the Human Rights and spreading awareness about protecting Human Rights. The Human Rights week was celebrated successfully and awareness on Human Rights was created.