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The American Convention on Human Rights
The American Convention on Human Rights articulates the agreed upon human rights of the nations of the Americas. In addition it established the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights which were created to ensure that the nations are upholding the human rights articulated in the Convention.
Human Rights Teacher Training
This module covers three days of training, and the main objective is to raise awareness on Human Rights through information about the UN system, UN Declarations and Conventions. This training focuses on prejudice and stereotypes, and the way we communicate with children and adults.
EiE Advocacy Using Human Rights Approaches
This webinar, hosted by the INEE Advocacy Working Group discussed running successful advocacy campaigns for education in emergencies - using a human rights based approach. AWG members shared their knowledge and experiences developing and using advocacy strategies both on a national and international level and highlighted successful campaigns on several topics.
Human Rights Education: A Compendium of Good Practice
A compilation of 101 examples of good practice in human rights education in primary schools, secondary schools and teacher training institutions in the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) area
A Human Rights-Based Approach to Education for All
This tool, which targets governments, international and national agencies, parents, teachers, communities, and civil society organisations, focuses on current thinking and practice on human rights-based approaches in the education sector.
United Nations Human Rights Mechanisms and the Right to Education in Insecurity and Armed Conflict
This publication identifies trends in the practice and contribution of UN human rights mechanisms to the protection of education in times of insecurity and armed conflict and offers recommendations on how such protection might be strengthened.
EiE Harmonized Training Module 14: Human Rights and Accountability
At the end of this session participants will have gained an awareness of human rights as tools for achieving a life in dignity and different legal frameworks for various types of emergencies; key duty-bearers, actions to support rights-holders and lines of accountability available to affected populations; the scope and limitations of human rights work, and ‘do no harm’
ABC: Teaching Human Rights - Practical activities for primary and secondary schools
This guide aims to serve as a user-friendly tool for human rights education and a multi-coloured umbrella covering a number of basic human rights areas.
Displaced Childhoods: Human Rights & International Crimes against Burma’s Internally Displaced Child
This is the first comprehensive report documenting the experiences of internally displaced children in Burma against the backdrop of Burma’s obligations under domestic and international law. It documents firsthand testimonies of the abuses faced by internally displaced children in SPDC relocation sites, in ceasefire areas, and in hiding.
Learning to Live Together: Education for Conflict Resolution, Responsible Citizenship, Human Rights and Humanitarian Norms
Eighteen authoritative practitioners contributed their experience to this collection of briefs on education for learning to live together. This book shows that transformative education for conflict resolution and peace, for local, national and global citizenship, for human rights and humanitarian values CAN be implemented even under difficult conditions if there is a policy commitment to do so.