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The World As It Could Be

With the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) as its guide, the Rex Foundation collaborates with community arts programs and schools to use creative arts-based learning models and youth-led original dramatizations to inspire youth and adults to value the importance of human rights for all people, as well as to be engaged members of their local and global communities to help make the words of the UDHR a reality for everyone. Read more about The World As It Could Be to learn more about the project’s scope.

Check out the links below to learn about each of the project’s initiatives, see videos of the commissioned productions and high school culminating presentations, student and teacher reflections on the project, and other project commentaries.

KQED Honors Destiny Arts’ Sarah Crowell

The World As It Could Be: Mandela High School

The World As It Could Be: Lesson Plans, January 20

About The World As It Could Be

The World As It Could Be: Scenes From the Summer Institute

Project Update 2009-2010: The World As It Could Be – Human Rights Education Project

Rex on the Air

Rex on the Air

The World As It Could Be/ Human Rights Education Project–2009 Initiative

Sandy Sohcot on ‘The World As It Could Be’

Ripple Effects: Creating ‘The World As It Could Be’

An Excerpt from the Rex Foundation Newsletter-Perspectives on the World As It Could Be

The World As It Could Be: Where There’s A Will There’s A Way

Oakland’s Youth Movement Records

The World As It Could Be

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