Children’s Courtroom - a facilitated play-based mock-up court for children – exposing children to the rule of law, justice and role-playing roles in the judicial system while looking at the children’s rights. The Children’s Courtroom nurtures children’s own concepts of themselves and their rights as secured in South Africa’s Constitution. Through facilitated play and dialogue, the programme strengthens children’s rights by introducing all children to the core values of the Constitution, the rule of law, and different ways they can make their voices heard in a democratic society.
African Storytelling - Oral storytelling can improve children’s language fluency and help them grasp new concepts that underpin literacy and literature.
A panel discussion on The need to protect Children's Rights and Human Rights Education for Children
Play Africa's Children's Court : This bespoke child-scale courtroom invites children to learn about South Africa’s justice system and imagine new career paths through facilitated role-play. From judge to court officer, children take turns in a mock courtroom environment to deepen their understanding
about the various roles within a court and the importance of the rule of law. This facilitated learning environment creates a memorable and empowering experience for children as they learn through play.
African Storytelling for Children: Our wonderful storytellers Sizwe Vilakazi, Thembile Tshuma and Baeletsi Tsatsi will sweep the audience off to other worlds with their storytelling and music.