About the exercise
- Multi-format exercise
- Time required : 30-40 minutes
- Target audience : Best suited to faith-based/grassroots communities and civil society organisations/human rights defenders and faith leaders. More formal audiences (e.g., decisionmakers and officials) may or may not find the exercise too personal.
To help participants recognise that we all use our right to freedom of thought, conscience, religion and belief (FORB) in our daily lives. This helps to illustrate that the right is important to us in reality, not just in theory.
A think-pair-share exercise in which participants reflect on how they think, believe, belong, practice, question and refuse in their daily lives, whilst looking at photographs of people using their right to freedom of thought, conscience, religion or belief in different ways. This exercise works well as a follow-up to ‘Once upon a time’.