I would like to react to Felisa's last message. When we just started this interesting discussion I remember saying to Kevin Chin that we are lacking research and accountability in HRE. In my opinion we shouldn't, in a very Cartesian way, divide the human rights educators into believers and nonbelievers in the value of research and evaluation. It seems to me that this is not a matter of beliefs, but a matter of being practical or not practical. In addition to it, there is not any contradiction between the practicals and nonpracticals. In same occasions I can be very practical and in others not. We have to be very flexible. I think we shouldn't put research and action in a dichotomy. We need both of them in all models. Carinos Abraham Magendzo ======== Global Human Rights Education listserv ======== Send mail intended for the list to <firstname.lastname@example.org>. 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 <email@example.com>. **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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