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Do you need effective manuals and other education material to support your human rights work? Are you looking for tools and tips to take action in your community? Check out our Resources Library and learn new ways to educate about human rights!

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In this Library you will find an array of resources drawn from Equitas’ extensive practice in human rights education to support your work towards social change.  

In collaboration with our partners across the world, the resources included in this library aim to strengthen leadership for advancing human rights, with regards to gender equality and in community life; to strengthen human rights movements; and to improve the practice of human rights educators to engage and influence decision makers around human rights.  

These resources are at the core of our human rights education work. They are organized by language, thematic areas and resource type. We encourage you to use these resources, adapt and improve upon through your own practice, and share them out! 

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Regional Training of Trainers South East Asia: Workshop Manual

A workshop manual for human rights trainers to design, develop and apply HRE activities and initiatives at IHRTP alumni organizations in South East Asia (Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam).

Published in

  • English
  • Evaluation, Methodology, Participation and community engagement
  • Activities and workshops

Play It Fair! 4 hour Workshop for Camp Leaders: Workshop Manual

This manual is aimed at individuals who wish to strengthen the capacity of camp leaders to use the Play it fair! Toolkit.
This training is part of the ‘Preventing Racism and Discrimination: Preparing Canadian Children to Engage in a Multicultural Society program.’

Published in

  • English
  • Children and youth, Equity diversity and inclusion
  • Activities and workshops