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The community strengths approach for promoting women’s engagement

This good practice, developed in collaboration with partners of the Rawabet Initiative in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, aims to integrate community members and actively involve them from the beginning to the end of the activities. To address the power imbalance, it is important that marginalized people, especially women, actively participate in the process of a community strengths approach. (Also available in French)

Published in

  • English, French
  • Gender equality, Participation and community engagement
  • Reference materials

Intercommunity collaboration

This good practice demonstrates the extent to which the decentralization of human rights education activities and the use of local actors for their implementation contribute to the advancement of human rights, including gender equality.  (Also available in French)

Published in

  • English, French
  • Gender equality, Participation and community engagement
  • Reference materials

The flipped classroom model for facilitating online human rights education

This good practice on the flipped classroom puts forward the implementation of a participatory approach to online training by allowing learners to take charge of their own learning by working on activities prepared before the live meetings, while the live time is devoted to problem solving and group discussion. Also available in French.

Published in

  • English, French
  • Digital technologies, Methodology
  • Reference materials

Strategies to enhance participation of women and marginalized people

This good practice explores the creation of inclusive conditions for greater participation of women and traditionally marginalized people in human rights education activities. It proposes tangible measures to reduce barriers before, during and after a human rights education activity. Available in French.

Published in

  • English, French
  • Equity diversity and inclusion, Gender equality
  • Activities and workshops, Reference materials

Integrating a trauma-informed approach into human rights education work

A trauma-informed approach allows human rights educators to carry out their activities, particularly activities related to sensitive topics, in a manner that mitigates the risk of reproducing harm. The following examples of how to integrate a trauma-informed approach are drawn from human rights education activities in Tanzania that aim to address gender-based violence, particularly sexual violence. Also available in French

Published in

  • English, French
  • Equity diversity and inclusion, Gender equality, Methodology
  • Reference materials

Gender-sensitive budgeting in human rights education activities

This good practice offers guiding questions and reflections on how to include a gender perspective while budgeting for human rights education activities that took place in Kenya. It defines the term “gender-sensitive budgeting”, and highlights the importance of adopting a gender-sensitive budget to advance gender equality. Also available in French

Published in

  • English, French
  • Equity diversity and inclusion, Gender equality, Methodology
  • Reference materials

What is intersectionality?

This video was created as part of the Global Rights Connection 2022 human rights online training. It does a quick review of how the concept of intersectionality was developed and how it is used today as a framework to situate oppressions, as well as how it fosters inclusivity. Also available in French.

Published in

  • English, French
  • Disability and accessibility, Equity diversity and inclusion, Gender equality, Indigenous Peoples and reconciliation, LGBTQ2I
  • Presentations and recordings

National Child Day 2022 – Race to inclusion

This booklet was created to celebrate National Child Day and to support children in learning more about their rights and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. This year we are focusing on the right to be and to feel included regardless of identity. Also available in French.

Published in

  • English, French
  • Children and youth, Equity diversity and inclusion, Participation and community engagement
  • Activities and workshops