In the social studies subject the interdisciplinary topic of health and life skills refers to the pupils learning to be aware of their own identity and the development of their identity, as well as understanding the role of the individual in different settings. One part of the competence in this subject is to gain insight into how relationships and belonging play a part in interactions with others, including digitally. The subject shall help the pupils to make smart life choices and deal with challenges relating to sexuality, personal finances, drug and alcohol abuse, exclusion and digital interaction. The subject shall also enhance the pupils’ understanding, respect and tolerance for diversity and other peoples’ values and life choices, and provide perspectives on what may constitute a good life. Through this subject, the pupils shall learn to identify areas in which human rights are violated, for example human trafficking and modern-day slavery, and to identify measures that can be taken to protect our basic human rights.