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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.

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 […]

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

Bridging our Diversities: Engaging Decision Makers

Engaging decision makers in human rights education can significantly contribute to the advancement of human rights. This chapter of Bridging our Diversities: A Compendium of Good Practices in Human Rights Education provides effective strategies engaging decision makers in and/or through human rights education.

Bridging our Diversities: Evaluation in Human Rights Education

How do we effectively measure the impact of human rights education? This chapter of Bridging our Diversities: A Compendium of Good Practices in Human Rights Education provides guidance for human rights educators on how to carry out effective evaluation of human rights education which will not only improve the quality of their work but also […]

Bridging our Diversities: Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples

Colonial policies and the practices of educational institutions in Canada have played a destructive role in the lives of Indigenous Peoples. This chapter of Bridging our Diversities: A Compendium of Good Practices in Human Rights Education explores how human rights education can positively contribute to reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples in Canada.

Bridging our Diversities: Building Equitable and Inclusive Communities

This chapter of Bridging our Diversities: A Compendium of Good Practices in Human Rights Education provides effective human rights education strategies for enabling the meaningful participation of all people in their communities, regardless of their status or position, ethnicity, age, income, sexual orientation, gender identity, language or ability.

Bridging our Diversities: Gender Equality

Learn how leading human rights educators promote gender equality through human rights education. This chapter of Bridging our Diversities: A Compendium of Good Practices in Human Rights Education provides concrete examples of how gender equality can be integrated into all phases of a human rights education initiative.