Amnesty International

10th October 2003 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Pupils' language skills and their grasp of human rights issues came together at Daliburgh School in South Uist last week where Amnesty International launched its latest education materials - in Gaelic. They have been designed for use in Gaelic-medium classes with 8-12s and have been sent out to 55 schools in Scotland

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