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Word4Word: Human Rights

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You are Malala Yousafzai, the young human rights activist, and you have to fight against the greatest heroes of all time! Be quicker and smarter than your opponents, find the right words in different topics, and won the puzzle, before your time expire.

Aims of the tool

To have fun and meanwhile learn about human rights. You can get familiar with some of the greatest fighters of rights and also get to know phrases in different human rights topics.

Description of the tool

Touch the first letter, then move to left or right, up or down. Become the almighty fighter of human rights, try yourself against Mandela, the Dalai Lama, Mother Teresa or Gandhi.
There is single player mode against the computer and also a hot seat mode where you can play with your friends togehter on one device upto 4 people.


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Tool overview

Word4Word: Human Rights

This tool is for

Young people, adult, everybody who like to play

and addresses

Social Inclusion, Anti-Racism

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges
Training and Networking

Materials needed:

Tablet, smartphone


5-10 minutes

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Emberség Erejével Alapítvány and INDEA

in the context of

Dignity W@rld Erasmus+ KA2 project

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

András Nyirati (on 4 October 2018)

and last modified

28 September 2018

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