Electronic Resource Centre for Human Rights Education:
Human Rights Education in Asian Schools, Volume Two

 

Human Rights Education in Asian Schools

Volume Two

Asia-Pacific Human Rights Information Center
Osaka, Japan
March 1999

Human Rights Education in Asian Schools - Volume Two
was published by the Asia-Pacific Human Rights Information Center
15F, 2-1-1500, Benten 1-chome, Minato-ku, Osaka 552-0007 Japan in March 1999
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Electronic version published by HREA, May 2000

 

 

Table of Contents

Acknowledgment
Foreword
About the authors

I. Human Rights Education in General
1. Human Rights Education in Schools

II. National Experiences

Southeast Asia

1. Teaching Citizens' Rights and Obligations in Vietnamese Secondary Schools - Nguyen Duc Quang
2. Komnas HAM and Human Rights Education - Saafroedin Bahar
3. The State of Human Rights Education in Indonesian Schools: Developing a Model - Saparinah Sadli, Wignasoebroto Soetandyo, S. Belen
4. Parents and Educators Empowerment Program on Human Rights - Nerissa Lansangan-Losaria
5. Human Rights Education in Schools: The Malaysian Experience - Nik Azis Nik Pa

Northeast Asia

1. Human Rights Education in South Korea - Soon-Won Kang
2. Human Rights Education in Korean Schools  - Won-il Heon
3. How to Use Human Rights Education: How to Implement It - Byung Ok Park
4. Promoting Human Rights Education in Hong Kong Secondary Schools - Angela Lee and Mary Yuen
5. Human Rights Education in Hong Kong - Grace Tsui
6. Zendokyo and Other Groups: Teachers' Commitment to Dowa Education - Ichiro Akashi

South Asia

1. Human Rights Education in Bangladesh: BRAC Program - A.Z.M. Sakhawat Hossain
2. Human Rights Education in Bangladesh: The Bacha Experience - Miriam Perlewitz and Joan Westhues
3. Education for Human Rights and Democracy in Indian Schools - Arjun Dev
4. Human Rights Education - The Justice and Peace Commission's Experience - John Almeida
5. Human Rights Education in India: Needs and Future Actions - Balkrishna Kurvey
6. INSEC Child Education Program - Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC)
7. Working with Children - Yagya Bahadur Limbu
8. Human Rights Education in Pakistan-Ilm Aur Amn Ko Barhana Hai - Nasreen Iqbal
9. Human Rights Education in Schools: The Experience of Movement of Inter-Racial Justice and Equality - Nimalka Fernando

III. Teacher Training programs

1. The History and Activities of Osaka Prefectural High School Dowa (Human Rights) Education Research Association - Shin ichi Hayashi
2. Human Rights Education and the Osaka City Education Board - Yutaka Okazaki
3. Human Rights Education in Taiwan: The Experience of the Workshops for Schoolteachers - Mei-Ying Tang
4. National Council for Teacher Education Project on Human Rights and National Values for Teacher Educators - C.H.K. Mishra
5. An Experiment in Human Rights Education in Schools - Henri Tiphagne

IV. Review of HRE

1. Dowa Education and Reforms in Human Right Education in Japan: Access, Content, and What's Beyond - Mariko Akuzawa
2. Human Rights Education in Indonesian Primary Schools - Djoehana Oka
3. Human Rights Teaching Methodology in Cambodian Primary and Secondary Schools - Cambodian Institute for Human Rights

V. Culture and Human Rights

1. Harmonizing International Human Rights Norms and East Asian Cultural Values - Byung-Sun Oh

VI. Challenges to HRE in Schools in Asia

1. Students, Teachers and Human Rights

 

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