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Human Rights Education in the School Systems of Europe, Central Asia and North America: A Compendium of Good Practice
Author(s) HREA, OSCE/ODIHR, Council of Europe, OHCHR and UNESCO
Publisher OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR)
Place of Publication Warsaw
Year of Publication 2009
ISBN/ISSN 978-92-9234-765-9
Language(s) English, French, Russian
Keywords good practices, lessons learned, policy makers, school administrators, teachers, trainers, formal education, in-service training, pre-school, pre-service training, primary school, secondary school, teacher training, training of trainers, citizenship education, civic education, curriculum development, democracy education, education for democratic citizenship, evaluation, history education, inter-cultural education, peace education, text development, tolerance education, human rights education, research & evaluation, World Programme for Human Rights Education-First Phase (2005ľ2009), Council of Europe, Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), UNESCO, Central and Eastern Europe, Central Asia, North America, Western Europe
Description Designed for primary and secondary schools, teacher training institutions and other learning settings, this compendium includes 101 exemplary practices from Central Asia, Europe and North America and is a valuable resource for teachers and education policymakers. It provides resource materials relevant to key elements for successful human rights education, including 1) laws, guidelines and standards; 2) learning environment; 3) teaching and learning tools; 4) professional development for educators, and 5) evaluation. The collection demonstrates creative approaches to human rights education and aims to facilitate networking and exchange of experience among education professionals. The practices can be adapted to local conditions anywhere in the world.
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