On September 8th, the 13th Human Rights School for Teenagers was held under the theme of ‘Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Human’ at Korea University International Hall. Ahead of the lecture, participants introduced their posters regarding sustainable development that were drawn by themselves. They were able to approach SDGs more intimately by expressing their thoughts about SDGs in pictures and words. In the lecture, they could get to know the background and details of the goals of sustainable development, as they compared the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and SDGs. Also, they learned how the environment, society, and economy, which are the main areas of sustainable development goals, are related to one another and how each area and human rights are linked. Finally, participants thought about the attitude that people should have in order to create a world where human rights are respected. Through this lecture, participants were able to think about the meaning of sustainable development and raise the capacity of the global citizen to create an inclusive society.