Training Tools

Put children’s rights on the school agenda

The manual"Sæt børns rettigheder på skoleskemaet" (2014)– (Put children’s rights on the school agenda) is produced by the Danish Institute of Human Rights. The manual targets teachers in the younger primary classes. It focuses specifically on Greenland’s schools, but can easily be adapted to other contexts. The material includes preparation and planning lists, fact sheets, easy version of CRC and exercises structured in themes around the CRC principles.

Bringing A Human Rights Vision to Public Schools: A Training Manual for Organizers

This manual is a resource for advocates, organisers, community members, parents and youth interested in using human rights as a tool for improving public education.

A look at our past

A look at our past is a supplementary interactive teaching pack on non-political aspects of the history of Cyprus. It is the result of the collective work of Cypriot educators and has been prepared within the framework of teacher training activities conducted by the Council of Europe in Cyprus in co-operation with the Association for Historical Dialogue and Research.

Toledo guiding principles on teaching about religions and beliefs in public schools

The Guiding Principles offer practical guidance for preparing curricula for teaching about religions and beliefs, preferred procedures for assuring fairness in the development of curricula, and standards for how they could be implemented.

Human Rights Education E-learning Course

The Danish Institute for Human Rights has developed an-e-learning course on human rights education on behalf of GANHRI as part of the EU-funded project: Capacity Building of National Human Rights Institutions.

First Steps: A Manual for Starting Human Rights Education - Peer Education Edition

This manual was developed using principles of peer education, to enable young people between the ages of 15 – 25 to teach other young people about human rights. It is designed to be a basic introduction, with age-specific activities for younger and older children. The approach stresses the practical rather than theoretical.

Focus Human Rights

Just in time for the International Human Rights Day, the last film of the series "Focus Human Rights" was released 10 December 2012.The clip focuses on the third dimension of the Human Rights system, the collective rights. Those include -for example- the right to peace and the right to development. The film also shows how Human Rights can be enforced, how the Human Rights System evolves, and what the most important opportunities for improvement are.

Education Pack - Idea, resources, methods and activities for informal intercultural education with young people and adults

The Education Pack provides practical and theoretical materials which can be used by educators, trainers, youth workers and teachers in informal education.

How to cope with diversity at school: teaching and learning about religious diversity

This resource "How to cope with diversity at school: teaching and learning about religious diversity" was developed for teachers working with students aged 14-18 in the Euro-Mediterranean region.

Designing and Delivering Effective Human Rights Education

The manual outlines a six-day workshop which aims at providing human rights educators with the necessary tools for planning, designing, and conducting effective training-of-trainers (TOT) workshops. The manual has been designed for use by both facilitators and participants. Facilitators will use the manual to prepare and conduct the workshop. Participants will use the manual as a reference tool both during and after the workshop.

Human Total: A Violence Prevention Learning Resource

Human Total will be a vital resource for students, educators and parents. Targeted towards young people between the ages of 10 and 14, the manual helps learners understand attitudes that promote violent behaviour (often brought about by the misuse of alcohol) by males and cultivates methods to minimise these behaviours’ harms and prevent their perpetuation.

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