Thanks for your interest in running workshops with young people!

A one-page summary of what is involved in holding workshops is available here – English, Spanish, French – for a quick look or easy forwarding to other people who might be interested.

We have also developed a workshop manual with more detailed information to further assist you with holding workshops. The manual is available for download here – English, Spanish, French.

You can hold workshops online (participants use a desktop PC, laptop, tablet or phone to complete missions) or offline.

If you want to hold workshops offline, we encourage you to contact us for more information. You can also download and print the activity sheets below for each operation, so that participants can complete missions without the need for devices or an internet connection.

  • A workshop organiser should sign up online to RErights.org as a group and indicate the number and average age of participants.
  • Please ensure to seek consent from participants and their parent or guardian (you can download our consent form or use your own version).
  • Please forward a list of participants if possible (only first name or a nickname of their choice, gender and age are required), you can download our template participants list.

Activity sheets in English:

Operation LET’S GO

Operation DISCOVERY

Operation ONLINE

Operation 1989

Operation PARADOX

Operation PRIVACY

Operation NEWS

Operation UNCOOL

Operation EDUCATION

Activity sheets in Spanish:

Operation LET’S GO

Operation DISCOVERY

Operation ONLINE

Operation 1989

Operation PARADOX

Operation PRIVACY

Operation NEWS

Operation UNCOOL

Activity sheets in French:

Operation LET’S GO

Operation DISCOVERY

Operation ONLINE

Operation 1989

Operation PARADOX

Operation PRIVACY

Operation NEWS

Operation UNCOOL

If you would like some support with planning your workshop, or would like us to email you when documents are available in French or Spanish, please let us know by sending an email to rerights@westernsydney.edu.au.