* Right of Asylum *

Fundación Fernando Buesa, keeping up the work in Values Education, has made a video game called Concordia, through which young people will discover the content of the articles of the Human Rights closest to their vital development and incorporate this knowledge into their personal experience.

This project started in 2014 with the release of the first episode, corresponding to article 18. In 2015 and 2016 two new episodes have been released, focused on articles 2 and 1, respectively.

This initiative offers young people a virtual adventure trough a video game. It’s technically simi-lar to other video games they usually play, and it shows which rights are inalienable to the hu-man being. The need to preserve our freedom, defend justice, act with respect and solidarity, are set out from a friendly environment. The game presents realistic conflicts, possible to live in their real lifes, but from the comfort of a virtual world. The goal of this project is, in short, to collaborate with school and families in the transmission of values supported by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

We are confident that this video game, available in Spanish, Euskara and English, can be used in schools and families as a useful didactic tool to deepen the knowledge and reflection on the fundamental rights of all and each one of the human beings.

More information on the game can be found here.