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Abolition of the death penalty is never definitively acquired. 60% of the world population still lives in a country whose penal system includes the death penalty, and in abolitionist countries public opinion must be endlessly informed and made aware. With its project Teaching Abolition, created in 2009, ECPM has been able to develop various ways to raise awareness among young people. Lesson modules, school events and class projects are freely available to help them consider the right to life.


ECPM has created all-inclusive teaching tools aimed at teachers and adapted to the levels of various classes and subjects. Via these lesson modules, available as exercises and as a corrected version for teachers, you can raise the issue of abolition of the death penalty with your class independently, while respecting the curriculum of the Department of Education. These teaching tools are free and available to teachers of English, art, civic education, Spanish, French and history/geography.
In French only :

ARTS Le design graphique (sans corrigé)


ARTS Le dessin de presse (sans corrigé)


EDUC CIVIQUE La justice pénale (sans corrigé)


EDUC CIVIQUE Le parlement français (sans corrigé)


ENGLISH Press article (sans corrigé)


ENGLISH the media (sans corrigé)


ESPANOL El testimonio (sans corrigé)


FRANCAIS L'argumentation (sans corrigé)


FRANCAIS L'article de presse (sans corrigé)


FRANCAIS L'autobiographie (sans corrigé)


FRANCAIS Le témoignage (sans corrigé)


la peine de mort dans le monde (2015)


HISTOIRE Les dates de l'abolition en France