Dear Colleagues and those of you who seldom visit the ARRC website www.arrc-hre.com The Asian Regional Resource Center for Human Rights Education (ARRC) had its newest website design. It is our pride to inform you that ARRC has its latest information and publications that can be downloaded from the website. The latest publications include: 1. Directory of HRE Organizations in Asia and the Pacific in 3rd edition (2003). * The "Directory" is one of our most requested resources. Contained within are over 600 searchable profiles of organizations related to human rights education work in the Asia-Pacific region. If your organization is not listed, or has changed its profile, we offer an online form for your convenience and a mail form to request a hard copy or CD-ROM to be sent to you by mail. 2. Training Directory (2002) * "A Directory of Southeast Asia: Selected Organizations Related to Sectoral Training and Capacity Building (May 2002)" is available in the "publications" sections in easy to read and print Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. 3. Human Rights Education Success Stories (2001-2003) * "Success Stories in HRE" is an online version of our printed journal Making a Difference. Published quarterly, our popular journal contains success stories, journals and case studies written by the activists/trainers throughout the Asia/Pacific region. All issues, even those out of print, can now read and printed online. 4. Asian Trainers Colloquium report (2002) * For five days on April 2001, thirty-two educators from twenty non-governmental organizations in twelve countries met in Chiang Mai for a regional gathering on pedagogy for human rights education. The complete report is available in the "Publications" and "Reports" section in Microsoft Word format. 5. Peace Education (2002) * "Southeast Asia Human Rights Education: Training of Trainers for Peace Building" is a report on the first part of ARRC's annual training for trainers for Southeast Asia in Bangkok from October 23rd to October 27th, 2001 with the support of DANIDA. The main objective of the activity is for the participants to share their experiences, reflect on their needs as a trainer and learn the participatory methodologies or Popular Education as a tool to promote peace building within their communities. It is available is Microsoft Word format is both the "Publications" and "Reports" sections. The Website also includes the latest My Drawing My Rights painting gallery of children. From everyone at ARRC, we wish you a happy New Year. Sincerely, Jonathan Wong ARRC Information Technology Officer. Asian Regional Resource Center for Human Rights Education (ARRC) P.O. Box 26, Bungthonglang, Bangkok, 10242, Thailand Phone: (662) 731-0829, 377-5641 Fax: (662) 731-0829 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.arrc-hre.com ======== Global Human Rights Education listserv ======== Send mail intended for the list to <email@example.com>. Archives of the list can be found at: http://www.hrea.org/lists/hr-education/markup/maillist.php If you have problems (un)subscribing, contact <firstname.lastname@example.org>. **You are welcome to reprint, copy, archive, quote or re-post this item, but please retain the original and listserv source.
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