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Human Rights Education in Formal Education: Lessons Learned from the Rights Education Action Programme
Author(s) Amnesty International
Publisher Amnesty International-International Secretariat
Place of Publication London
Year of Publication 2010
ISBN/ISSN -
Language(s) English
Keywords brochure, evaluation, lessons learned, formal education, primary school, secondary school, human rights education, World Programme for Human Rights Education-First Phase (2005–2009)
Description This four-page brochure summarises lessons learned from the "Rights Education Action Programme" (REAP) around formal education. REAP is a human rights education initiative led by Amnesty International Norway and implemented for ten years in ten countries around the world. These lessons are: develop partnerships with ministries of education and other authorities to ensure the full effect of human rights education initiatives; create strong and diverse teacher training programmes and support systems to strengthen the multiplying effect of teachers’ work; adapt human rights education resources to your country or area by addressing relevant issues and using participatory methodologies.
URL(s) http://www.hrea.org/3150_HRE_CD_FormalEducation_we
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