Human Rights Miscellaneous Realia Items

The following is a collection of miscellaneous Realia items (with English translation) which reflect the topic of Human Rights in the Arab world.

These realia items were carefully selected to include a wide range of the most commonly used law and human rights vocabulary.

In the events and demonstrations banners/posters realia, they are particularly used in the context of increasing awareness about the situation of Human Rights concerns in the Arab world.

The realia types available in this post are:

  1. Organisations logos
  2. Book covers
  3. News Video Report Realia
  4. Events and demonstrations banners/posters

Links to relevant vocabulary learning resources are listed at the end of this post.


Translate the text/meaning of the following realia items:

  • Book/Journal Cover No. 4
    • What are the main front cover articles?
  • Events and demonstrations banners/posters

Organisations Logos

PCHR – Palestinian Centre for Human Rights

Palestinian Human Rights Foundation

Syrian Human Rights Organisation

Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights


The International Declaration of Human Rights – Dignity and Justice for All


Book Covers

Human Rights Competition/Quiz for university and school students

Women’s Rights (International Documents)

Human Rights Constitutionality


Going to extremes in Human Rights A brief general encyclopedia

The Right to Health is a Human Right

A Directory/Guide for Human Rights Education

Human Rights, Essential Concepts – Why, How and When?

حقوق الإنسان.. بين النظرية والتطبيق في مجال إستراتيجيات حماية الطفل

Human Rights between Theory and Practice in the field of Child Protection Strategies


News Video Report Realia

استمرار التعذيب في سجون مصر

Watch video

Events and Demonstrations Banners/Posters

Translate the following banners/posters?

Poster 1:

Poster 2:

المؤتمر العالمي حول اننتهاكات حقوق الإنسان تحت الغزو والإحتلال العراقي

Poster 3 :

حقوق المرأة – حقائق و أباطيل

Poster 4 :

Poster 5 :

Poster 6 :

Poster 7 :

سلب طفولتهم … جريمة

اليوم العالمي لمكافحة عمالة الأطفال

Poster 8 :

Poster 9 :

التعذيب جريمة نظام – مصريين ضد التعذيب

Poster 10 :

Poster 11 :

بالأرقام : 42% من الشباب هاجروا

Poster 12 :

ثلاثة أشهر بدون رواتب

بدنا (نريد) خبز للأولاد – يكفي ذل و استعباد

Poster 13 :

لن أبقى لاجئ – سأعود|


Poster 14

Newspaper article / Poster 15

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Source of Realia


Vocabulary learning resources (Human Rights)


5 thoughts on “Human Rights Miscellaneous Realia Items

  1. The first is “World conference on the contravention of human rights under the invasion and occupation of Iraq ”

    the second “Womens Rights – facts and fiction”

    the third something about a different human rights organisation.

    The forth ” Our human Cause – Where are the Human Rights Organisations”

    The fifth – Stolen Childhood -Crime! World day combatting child labour.

    no.7 – Your Rights First – Stand and request them.

    no.8 – Egyptians Against Torture.

    no.9 is a little tricky – I’m thinking “We are with you Egyptian Judges – The state demands an independant judiciary”

    no.10 – Its in the numbers – 42% of Youth Flee, and 7 Violations of th constitution until now.

    no. 11 – “A third suffer (feel) without salaries. We must have bread for the children ” I’m not sure about the last bit – release the ties maybe?

    no.12 – I will not stay ?dependent i will return.

  2. 9.
    The criminal torture system – Egyptians again torture.

    Poster 11
    The figures: So far, 7 unconstitutional violations until now.

    The figures: 42% of young people have emigrated

    12. Three months without pay – we want bread for the children, enought rubbish (?) and slavery

    13. Don’t keep (them?) refugees – help!

  3. Poster 7: World Day (against) child labour
    Robbed of their childhood ……. it is a crime

    Poster 14: I am not a refurgee – I will return!

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