Use role play as a way of illustrating your experiences through stories.
The group chooses an important moment in the life of one of the Child Rights Heroes and acts it out. They play different roles, with one being the Child Rights Hero while the others play key individuals at that particular time. Using the Child Rights Hero’s story, they can write a scene or just improvise based on the situation they have chosen.
The group focuses on one of the children who has received support from one of the Child Rights Heroes and acts out a situation in their life. They play different roles, perhaps a parent or a teacher or the Child Rights Hero, in addition to the child. Using the child’s story, they can write a scene or just improvise based on the situation they have chosen.
Two members of the group play journalists, one is a Child Rights Hero and one is one of the children they have supported. During a simulated press conference or interview, the journalists pose questions to the Child Rights Hero and child. The group can agree on the questions and answers, or they can work in pairs and have the questions and answers be a surprise.