The external context in which civil society organisations operate today - and all the world happenings that are becoming an everyday reality for us - demand that we do not forget the values on which the work of the civil sector and the existence of civil society are based. The values of human rights are one of them. Education in this field, especially in wartime, is more important than ever. This is particularly true for such a target audience as young people. The sooner young people can understand the concept of human rights, the idea of a rights-based approach - then sooner our society and the new generations will be able to work through the problems we have in the new world, the more humane the work will be.