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TITLE

Human Rights Education Handbook: Effective Practices for Learning, Action, and Change, The Human Rights Education Series: Topic Book 4

AUTHOR

Nancy Flowers

PUBLISHER

The Human Rights Resource Center and The Stanley Foundation

YEAR

2000

PAGES

168

MEDIA

ORDER

Human Rights Resource Center, University of Minnesota, Law School Room, 437, 229-19th Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55455 Phone: 1-888-HREDUC8;humanrts@tc.umn.edu

LANGUAGE

BOOKSTORES

#http://www.hrusa.org#

ANNOTATION

The Human Rights Education Handbook is intended to help people who care about human rights to become effective educators, able to share both their passion and their knowledge. To further human rights education in all its many forms, The Human Rights Education Handbook lays out the basics: why, for whom, what, where, who, and how. It draws on the experience of many educators and organizations, illustrating their effective practices and distilling their accumulated insights. The Human Rights Education Handbook is designed to be used as a ready reference and tool: easy to read, easy to use, easy to photocopy. Each chapter stands alone, able to be read and used independently.

NOTES

NUMBER

101

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