Start-up Appendix – I-SAVE

Start-up Workshop 1 - Appendix

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role cards - To be Cut up and handed out

They are an unaccompanied male youth who has justturned 18.

They are an elderly person during Covid 19 restrictions.

They are a young child who interprets for their parent(s).

They are an unemployed single mother.

They are the daughter of a wealthy local family.

They study economics at university.

They are the son of an immigrant who runs a successful company.

They are an Arab girl living with their parents who are devout Muslims.

They are a soldier in the army, doing compulsory military service.

They are the owner of a successful import-export business

They are a young wheelchair user.

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role cards - To be Cut up and Handed out

They are a retired factory worker.

They are a 17 year old Roma woman who has notfinished primary school.

They are a heroin addict.

They are a sex worker and are HIV positive.

They are a 22 year old lesbian.

They are a qualified medical doctor employed as arestaurant kitchen porter in their host country.

They are a fashion model of African origin.

They are a 27 years old homeless young man.

They are a migrant worker from Mali with insecure immigration status.

They are the 19 year old son of a farmer living in a remote country area.

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Character Cut-out

Start-up Workshop 2 - Appendix

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human rights heros

Martin Luther King Jr

Rosa Parks

Nelson Mandela

Mahatma Ghandi

Malala Yousafzai

Start-up Workshop 3 - Appendix

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'A right delayed is a right denied' - Martin Luther King

'Activism matters. So, what I'm telling you to do now is toact. Because no one is too small to make a difference' -Greta Thunberg

'It means a great deal to those who are oppressed to knowthat they are not alone. Never let anyone tell you thatwhat you do is insignificant' - Desmond Tutu

'Let us remember: one book, one pen, one child, and oneteacher can change the world.' - Malal Yousafzai

'I recognise no rights but human rights - I know nothing ofmen's rights and women's rights.' - Angleina Grimke

'If my rights are not here, they are not anywhere, and if Ican find them here, they are everywhere.' - Saber Ansari

''I will never forget the first thing my father asked mebefore entering the camp - be a feminist in this camp, youhave to fight for your rights as a woman.' - MahdiaHosseini

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Link to Saber Presentation

Link to Mahdia Presentation

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