Parable of the Polygons

Parable of the Polygons is a playable post on how harmless choices can make a harmful world. Half-videogame, half-blog-post, it’s formatted like an article, but contains dozens of games that let you learn by doing. Using simple geometric shapes, the game shows how small individual biases can become large institutional biases, and is based off the work of Nobel Prize winning game theorist, Thomas Schelling.

Fighters for Rights

This game provides interesting information about the life-works of some famous individuals who have fought for human rights in various countries.
The chart on the screen contains pieces from the short biographies of four human rights activists. The main task of the game is to match the piece with the correct character and thereby to build up a brief description of each person.

Respect My Rights

By Amnesty International’s Human Rights Education project
All over the world, people living in poverty are fighting for an end to the injustice and exclusion that keep them trapped in deprivation. They want control over the decisions that affect their lives. They want their rights to be respected and their voices to count. This interactive site encourages players to try to break the cycle of poverty and through the process gain a better understanding of what it means to be poor.