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Formal education - education conducted in structured educational institutions, including primary and secondary schools and universities

Non-formal education - adult learning and forms of education which fall outside the formal educational curriculum; examples include community learning, workshops and extra-curricular activities

Peer education - educational activities designed to trigger a natural process of transmission of knowledge and experience by some group members to other members of equal status. A small group of people sharing the same social group identity or conditions is used to inform and influence their "peers"

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Human Rights Based Approach - resources that focus on a human rights based approach to education

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Integrating Human Rights in Schools - resources that focus on the promotion of a culture of human rights in schools

Monitoring and Evaluation - resources that provide guidance and tools to monitor, evaluate and assess the impact of human rights education activities and processes

Participatory Methodology - resources that focus on the use of participatory methodologies. Participatory methodologies in human rights education which are a framework for conceiving and carrying out education that promotes shared reflection, critical analysis, in-depth questioning and collective problem solving. This enables participants to deepen their knowledge and come to a better understanding of the particular human rights issues they are facing, as well as articulate proposals and strategies for change

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Activity Resource - any educational resource designed for use in formal and non-formal settings, including activity packs and games)

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51Downloads
Published
6 Dec 2013
Edité chaque année, ce document est un outil d'action qui donne des informations pour permettre de répondre aux questions du public, donne des idées pour des actions d'éducation aux droits humains, propose des pistes pédagogiques, facilite le militantisme dans le cadre des ""10 jours pour signer"" et tout au long de l'année suivante en faveur des personnes ou groupes de personnes de la campagne ""12 personnes en danger"" 2014.
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1 Nov 2013
Ce dossier accompagne le dossier pédagogique sur les droits sexuels et reproductifs. Divisé en trois niveaux (débutant, intermédiaire, avancé), il permet d’aborder certains points liés à cette thématique de manière ludique et variée. Les fiches proposées sont des suggestions d’exercices, il convient au professeur de les retravailler et de les adapter à la classe.
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1 Nov 2013
Ce dossier pédagogique permet au professeur et à l'éducateur d'aborder la thématique des droits sexuels et reproductifs. Une première partie aborde la question des stéréotypes, préjugés et discrimination à l'origine des violations des droits sexuels et reproductifs. Une deuxième partie présente les principales violations de ces droits à travers le monde, organisée par thématiques : droit de choisir son partenaire, droit de choisir quand et si on veut un enfant, violences sexuelles, accès aux soins et à l'information. Enfin, plusieurs actions sont proposées.
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15 Sep 2013
Power of Pen -- Teaching Literacy Through Letter Writing For Human Rights
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11 Feb 2013
One of the Interculturality Education aims is trying to understand that this new reality constitutes a wealth which we must use. Other aims are to identify values of respect, mutual knowledge and tolerance of a plural society.
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Published
11 Feb 2013
The companion guide for Born into Brothels provides activities and lessons designed to engage learners in a discussion of issues which seem difficult and complex, such as the connection between social status and the right to education.
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Published
11 Feb 2013
This resources aims to raise solidarity with people living in developing countries through knowledge of and respect for their basic culture
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Published
11 Feb 2013
This resource includes questions and activities around the award-winning story A Long Way to Cherry Time.
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11 Feb 2013
A human rights resource for teachers of KS4 Citizenship, Personal and Social Education and related subjects
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1 Jan 2013
A lesson plan on the subject of labour and human rights, designed for teachers of KS3-4 Geography, Citizenship and related subjects.
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