Tag Archives: UNESCO
Human Rights Education in the School Systems of Europe, Central Asia and North America: A Compendium of Good Practice
This collection of 101 good practices in Human Rights Education from Europe, North America and Central Asia is a resource for practitioners and policymakers as well as a platform for exchange among institutions and individuals. Sections include Laws, guidelines and standards; Approaches and practices to improve the learning environment; Teaching and learning tools for the [...]
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. They highlight procedures and practices concerning the training of those who implement such curricula, and the treatment of the pupils from many [...]
Juridical and Political Framework: the guidelines and orientations of the Commission on Human Rights and the General Assembly
Introductory note by Mr. Abdelfattah Amor, Special Rapporteur of the Commission on Human Rights on the question of religious intolerance for “the International Consultative Conference on School Education in relation with Freedom of Religion and Belief, Tolerance and Non-discrimination”, Madrid 2001
Study prepared under the guidance of Prof. Abdelfattah Amor, Special Rapporteur of the Commission on Human Rights on the question of religious intolerance. It is written on the basis of results from a questionnaire completed by 77 states on the contents of school curricula and manuals in the field of education in religion and conviction.