About the exercise
- Group exercise
- Time required : 1h 40 minutes
- Target audience : Best suited to civil society organisations, human rights defenders, faith leaders, decisionmakers and others who are involved in lobbying or advocacy work. This exercise requires a strong understanding of freedom of religion or belief (FORB), gender equality and human rights more broadly among participants, as it explores complex dimensions of the right.
- To help participants explore their attitudes towards FORB for all and deepen their understanding of complex intersecting violations.
- To enable participants to apply the knowledge they have learned and develop problem-solving skills.
In this role-play exercise, the participants have just been promoted to the role of Technical Experts on FORB for all at the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. Their task is to work together to make key recommendations to various governments on how to resolve complex intersecting human rights violations.
Source: Adapted from the FORB Learning Platform online on demand course FORB and gender equality – enemies or allies?