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New guidelines on human rights education for law enforcement and secondary schools

Launch of Guidelines on HRE in Warsaw, 24 September 2012

Warsaw, 24 September 2012 -- HREA's Cristina Sganga and Felisa Tibbitts launched new guidelines on human rights education for law enforcement officials and secondary school systems at the annual Human Dimension Implementation Meeting in Warsaw organised by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).

The Guidelines on Human Rights Education for Law Enforcement Officials and the Guidelines on Human Rights Education for Secondary School Systems were developed for the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) to promote effective human rights education and to support OSCE participating states in the implementation of their commitments in this area. The publications offer guidance on developing curricula, enhancing the teaching and learning experience, preparing teachers and trainers, and evaluating the work done.

The Guidelines on Human Rights Education for Law Enforcement Officials and the Guidelines on Human Rights Education for Secondary School Systems are available for download in HREA's online library.

 

 

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