Childrens Zone


Through interactive, emphaty & board games and exhibits children are expected to absorb human rights principles and values within the context of their daily llives within their homes, schools, and communities.



Children of elementary school to middle school age                                                                                                                                                 







Children will be introduced to the four human rights principles above though interactive multi media games and exhibits; emphaty and board games. For example, the principle of equality and tolerance will be introducedthough situational games about cultural diversity, the rights of minority groups such as, including the disabled

Children will get activity book to guide them through the exhibit and games and also serve as a guidance for their parents and teachers to help them learn to apply the principles in their daily lives.






In this booth, children can play interactive video games through available computer tablets. Each computer tablets will contain several situational games that will help children to make decision in applying human rights principles in their daily lives represented by the games.





In this booth, children will be presented with interactive visual and audio exhibits that will sharpen their understanding and tolerance towards diversity and differences of human conditions. Touch-screen technology will be applied to enhance children experience





Older children will be able to learn more about the history of global human rights movement as well as the implementation of human rights in Indonesia through interactive monitors. With touch screen technology, children and visitors will be able to change read and move text, pictures, and play short video.





The hologram technology is utilized to give children a realistic depiction of global human rights leader and get inspiration from their live speeches. One of the human rights leaders to be presented through hologram is Novel Prize Winner Malala Yousafzai





Children will be invited to play board games especially designed to depict situation in children's everyday lives to help them to make decision on applying human rights principles. Children will learn to work in cooperation with their peers to solve specific problems utilizing human rights principles.

Facilitators are available to guide children in playing the board games.





Children will also be invited to play empathy games that train children to feel the conditions or situations experienced by marginalized groups or minority groups who experience discrimination or acts of intolerance. For example, a game of empathy to appreciate the diffable group by closing the eyes of child visitors and feeling the challenges of the blind group in carrying out their daily life.

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