1. Introduction to Global Education: Human Rights Education Basics

The first module looks at the foundations of global education. It starts with an overview of global education, leading to the positioning of human rights education as part of the global and local processes. It also offers an overview of human rights and their place in a globalized world, where interconnectedness is an integral part of today´s learning and living. Finally, this module explores the glocal dynamics, methodology and approaches to human rights education.


2. Understanding Human Rights Education in your glocal context

The second module of this course addreses the needs for an improved understanding of one´s own context in order to be able to assess the necessities and the goals for a human rights education. Through a mapping exercise and an analysis, participants will be exploring the different actors, existing actions and approaches used in practice and the interconnections that exist in between them. Based on this, they will be able to identify the main challenges and reflect on the dilemmas in and for human rights education.


3. Developing strategies for action

The third module of this course examines the possible levels of interventions by helping to develop the adequate strategy for action in the field of human rights education. It also tackles the cross-cutting issues related to human rights education, as well as offers an opportunity to experience a negotiation on implementing a human rights education curriculum as a policy.


4. Developing Human Rights Education activities

The fourth module of this course focuses on the practical aspects of human rights education by focusing on activities design and action planning in the different spheres of action, such as the formal, non formal and informal education, advocacy and / or policy development. It also includes the evaluation and a debate on the follow up to the course.




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