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- Education Professionals
In this programme, Cherie Booth QC visits two teachers who are translating their understanding of human rights concepts into high school lessons.
Polly and Darren, teachers at Wanstead High School in north east London, gain a further knowledge of human rights and UK law from Booth, an expert in human rights litigation.
Through grappling with some of the core concepts, this programme follows the teachers as they develop and put into practice lessons for pupils, using Cherie as their legal expert in and out of the classroom.
Part of the series: Human Rights with Cherie Booth QC