Key Thematic Issues
Human Rights



  EiE Training Module 14 - Human Rights and Accountability
INEE and IASC Education Cluster - 2012
The EiE harmonized training package combines training materials from the original INEE Minimum Standards, IIEP and the Front Line Responders training packages. The materials include 17 modules with PowerPoint Presentations, Facilitator Guides and exercises, as well as guidance on adapting the training materials. For more information, please contact minimumstandards@ineesite.org.

  Protecting Education in Insecurity and Armed Conflict: An International Law Handbook
British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Education for All - 2012
This document serves two purposes: first, it acts as a Summary of Protection of Education in
Insecurity and Armed Conflict – an International Law Handbook; second, it is written to be
readily accessible to a non-legal audience and so to provide a stand-alone, insight into the
three relevant areas of international law, and the potential of that law, to protect education
during insecurity and armed conflict.

  Monitoring Children's Rights: A Toolkit for Community-Based Organizations
Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children - 2003
This toolkit has been designed for community leaders, local children's rights advocates and staff of local child-serving and child-led institutions and agencies to help mobilise and coordinate resources in communities to develop effective monitoring practices for the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Useful sections include the community monitoring grid on p. 27 and the community monitoring report template on pp. 39-50.

  Exploring Humanitarian Law: Guidelines for inserting EHL in curriculum
Education Development Center/ICRC - 2003
This booklet provides ministries of education, curriculum supervisors and teachers with a brief guideline for defining which areas in the secondary curriculum to insert contents and activities for exploring humanitarian law. It also offers suggestions for curriculum experiments and early examples of mainstreaming humanitarian law in the curriculum. This is a part of the Exploring Humanitarian Law resource package.

  Exploring Humanitarian Law: IHL Guide - A Legal Manual for EHL Teachers
ICRC - 2009
Exploring Humanitarian Law (EHL) is an education programme for teachers that introduces young people between 13 and 18 years of age to the basic rules and principles of international humanitarian law (IHL). This manual is primarily intended to support teachers as they use the EHL materials and give them greater confidence in working with IHL themes.

  Methodology Guide: A Preparation Manual for EHL Teachers
ICRC - 2009
This is a manual for classroom teachers for teaching upper-grade students about humanitarian law through a series of hands-on activities. It is best for the acute phase of response and provides an excellent intersection with youth programming.

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Guide méthodologique Manuel de préparation à l'usage des enseignants du programme EDH

ICRC - 2009
Ce guide méthodologique s'adresse à l'usage des enseignants de l'enseignement supérieur qui enseignent le droit humanitaire à travers une série d'activités pratiques. Il est particulièrement pertinent pour la phase aiguë des interventions et fournit un excellent lien avec la programmation de jeunesse.

  Getting it Right: Child Rights Programming Guide
Save the Children - 2007
This child rights programming (CRP) practitioners' guide will help you apply child rights principles and values at every stage of your programming. It answers many of the "how to" questions that staff and organisations using a CRP approach have raised. Each chapter gives you: key steps; tips; case studies of successful practice from a range of countries and contexts; common dilemmas and possible solutions; and key websites and publications if you need further information

  Children's Rights: A Teacher's Guide
Save the Children - 2006
This resource provides Teacher Trainers and Teachers with the tools needed to introduce rights education into the classroom as well as practical information about children's rights and their importance to well-governed societies.

  Child Rights Programming: How to Apply Rights-Based Approaches to Programming
Save the Children - 2005
This handbook aims to provide an introduction to Child Rights Programming - Save the Children's approach to the use of human rights principles and standards in its work with children, their families, carers and communities. It highlights the key features of child rights programming and then shows how these link to children's human rights. Section 4 (p.38) provides guidance in how to integrate child right's approaches into programming, which is applicable to education.

  ARC Module - Teaching and Learning
Save the Children and UNHCR - 2010
This module on teaching and learning provides international humanitarian workers with guidance on issues of curricula content, methodology, learning materials, and types and level of education.

  Human Rights Education Core Competencies
Tibbitts, F. - 2010
This core list of desired competencies, or learner outcomes, is intended for use by educators in designing human rights education (HRE) programming in the schooling sector, in nonformal learning, at universities and for professional groups. It identifies core competencies that learners should have in the areas of knowledge and understanding, skills and behaviours, and attitudes and values. Further, these competencies might provide guidance on the preparation of human rights facilitators. Additional competencies for educators might include, for example, knowing how to adapt/craft a human rights education programme to a local environment or learner group and use of appropriate methodologies.

  A Human Rights-Based Approach to Education for All
UNESCO and UNICEF - 2007
This tool, which targets governments, international and national agencies, parents, teachers, communities, and civil society organisations, focuses on current thinking and practice on human rights-based approaches in the education sector. It presents key issues and challenges in rights-based approaches and provides a framework for policy and programme development from the level of the school up to the national and international levels. The predominant focus in this publication is on basic education, but within a life-cycle and lifelong learning approach.

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Une approche de l'éducation pour tous fondée sur les droits de l'homme

UNESCO and UNICEF - 2007
Ce document réunit la réflexion et la pratique actuelles sur les approches basées sur les droits humains dans le secteur de l'éducation. Il présente des problèmes et des difficultés clés dans les approches basées sur les droits et fournit un cadre pour l'élaboration de politiques et de programmes depuis le niveau de l'école jusqu'aux niveaux nationaux et international.
Un enfoque de la educación para todos basado en los derechos humanos

UNESCO and UNICEF - 2007
Este documento reúne el pensamiento y la práctica actuales sobre los enfoques basado en los derechos humanos en el sector de la educación. Presenta cuestiones claves y desafíos en enfoques basado en derechos, y ofrece un marco para la política y el desarrollo de programás desde el nivel de la escuela hasta los niveles nacionales y internacionales.