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This study explores how process drama can be used as a medium for creating awareness on children’s protection rights.
It is an enquiry on how the interplay between the dramatic world and the real world can bring about change in learners’ understanding and perception of their protection rights.
The study employs a case study approach coupled with a participatory action research methodology.
This integrated methodology helped to bring concepts of children’s protection rights to participants’ level of understanding.
Through a combination of these methods and process drama techniques, emerging issues involving children’s protection rights were unpacked, analysed and reflected upon by learners in a bid to turn them into responsible future leaders.
Mr Laryea is a professional at the Ghana National Commission for Civic Education; has MA in Dramatic Arts (University of Witwatersrand, South Africa), BFA in Theater Arts (University of Ghana), HND & Diploma (Takoradi Polytechnic, Ghana) and an expect in Civic Education, Child Right Advocacy, Theatre for Development and Drama in Education/ Therapy.
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