To you a tree, to me life

Tuesday, 27 September 2016 by

Before participants come to the training, place photographs or images on a table close o the door. You can cut these pictures from magazines, newspapers or even print from them from the Internet. The images can be on anything, a tree, a car, a person or on anything that comes to mind !! As they

How do you like me?

Tuesday, 02 August 2016 by

Even when I like someone very much, there are always things I like about their behaviour and others that I don’t. Let workers ask these 2 questions: When do you like me? When do you dislike me? With these questions they can gain awareness of their behaviours and those of others. In addition it can

I see it better now

Tuesday, 26 April 2016 by

Lately I refuse to use PowerPoints presentations. What I do is prepare a class through drawings. I use sheets of flipchart paper, to illustrate the key concepts we will cover in class and hang in them around the room before participants arrive. As they enter through the door they are surprised to see all walls


Tuesday, 22 March 2016 by

Infographics are everywhere now, and I actually think it’s a great trend. They are a visual and attractive way to show information that if presented simply through a text can be too dense or unintelligible. Designing specific infographics on labor rights can be very useful to raise awareness of the need of respect, its causes,


Tuesday, 09 February 2016 by

It would seem that stamps are increasingly obsolete, but thousands of people still use them daily. We could convince the authorities to design a postage stamp commemorating the respect for the rights of workers. We could even buy a large roll stamps and give them to our workers to use them in letters written to

Stop doing it, full stop

Tuesday, 01 September 2015 by

I recently saw a message on social media that was quite clear: Stop bombing. It’s impossible to be clearer and more concise. Maybe that’s what we need from time to time in our factories. Simple and direct messages. I propose you to design several posters in this same style: Stop discriminating, stop screaming, stop …

Inspectors for a day

Tuesday, 31 March 2015 by

Are participants good researchers? Ask them to come to class prepared. They need to come to class with a selection of photos, from their workplace, or any other, in which reflect working conditions which are not acceptable on what ever subject you are covering. They can find photos in the press, on the internet …

What’s today?

Tuesday, 28 October 2014 by

There are few things that are used more often in an office than a calendar. What does the calendar that you have hanging on the wall or on your desktop say or show? Maybe a way to remind workers how important it is to respect and share the company values is by designing a calendar

Our point of view

Tuesday, 06 May 2014 by

Divide participants into working groups. Give each group magazines, newspapers, scissors, glue, markers, and any material that might be useful for a collage! Ask the groups to make a poster with images, cut out words, anything to describe a right or a specific element that you are covering on a specific right. You can hang

Did you know that….

Tuesday, 25 February 2014 by

People love curious facts. Remember that we consider curious any behaviour that is out of our daily lives or out of our routine. When preparing a class, try to find surprising facts that may impact participants. When you use them, it’s more likely that you retain their attention and that they retain longer what they


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