Teaching human rights
About the Course
The “Teaching Human Rights” training course aims to empower teachers to become more informed advocates and educators of human rights by helping them understand and translate key human rights concepts into classroom instruction.
The concepts and insights used in the course will be grounded on those provided by the Antonio Papisca University Center for Human Rights, the UNESCO Human Rights Chair Democracy and Peace, the Department of Political, Legal, and International Studies of the University of Padua, the National Network of Schools of Peace, the Higher Education School “Educating for Integration and Solidarity” of the LUMSA of Rome, the Coordination National agency for Local Authorities for Peace and Human Rights, and the Table of Peace. This course is also guided by the collective expertise and experience of over 200 scholastic institutes that worked under the “Rights and Responsibility” arm of the National Human Rights Education and Global Citizenship Program.
Arts and HumanitiesTraining hours