2 edition of Education for human rights and citizenship in Central and Eastern Europe found in the catalog.
Education for human rights and citizenship in Central and Eastern Europe
by Human Rights Education Centre of EIC of Charles University in Praha
Written in English
|Series||Human being and his/her rights ;, v. 6|
|Contributions||Univerzita Karlova. Středisko pro výchovu k lidským právum., International Seminar Education for Human Rights and Citizenship in Central and Eastern Europe: Teaching Aids, Teaching Means and Methodology of Education (1995 : Průhonice, Czechoslovakia)|
|LC Classifications||LC1091 .E46 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||200 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||96223923|
Critical Human Rights, Citizenship, and Democracy Education presents new scholarly research that views human rights, democracy and citizenship education as a critical project. Written by an international line-up of contributors including academics from Canada, Cyprus, Ireland, South Africa, Sweden, the UK and the USA, this book provides a cross-section of theoretical work as well as . The relationship of citizenship and human rights has become a central issue for contemporary politics. This chapter begins with a brief overview of theories of human rights, before addressing two pivotal topics for this relationship: a human right to citizenship (as membership of a state) and a human right to democracy. It then turns to consider the practical salience of the international Author: David Owen.
So far we have looked at the theory and practice of citizenship and citizenship education. However, educational policy can also express different articulations of citizenship. A country’s education policy can address citizenship education in different ways and can emphasise different moral by: 1. Citizenship, democracy and human rights have always been central to higher education and increasing globalization has amplified their urgency and complexity. This volume explores conceptual, theoretical and policy implications for post-secondary education engaging with these topics, comparing the USA, Canada, Eastern Europe and Western Europe
There are contributions from Africa, North and South America, Western and Eastern Europe and Asia, and from discourses in work organisation, occupational health, psychiatry and human rights, as well as education. After reading the book, you are unlikely to conclude that all of the contributors have agreed, but you will find that they give you a 3/5(1). Human rights education is defined as the learning process that builds up the required knowledge, values, and proficiency of human rights of which the objective is to develop an acceptable human rights culture. This type of learning teaches students to examine their experiences from the human rights point of view enabling them to integrate these concepts into their values and decision-making.
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About this book. Citizenship, democracy and human rights have always been central to higher education and increasing globalization has amplified their urgency and complexity. This volume explores conceptual, theoretical and policy implications for post-secondary education engaging with these topics, comparing the USA, Canada, Eastern Europe and Western Europe.
Learning to live together - Council of Europe report on the state of citizenship and human rights education in Europe () Democratic citizenship and human rights education are increasingly important in addressing discrimination, prejudice and intolerance, and thus preventing and combating violent extremism Price.
Book Description. This book considers the philosophical, sociological and legal implications of the distinction between universal human rights accorded to all because of their membership of the human species, and the more particularistic ‘citizenship’ rights, accorded to those who are members of a political community.
Table of contents. Extract. Education for democratic citizenship and human rights education are vital for peaceful, sustainable and inclusive societies based on respect for the human rights of every person. Effective teaching and learning processes require well-trained teachers, positive learning environments and high-quality learning materials.
This is underpinned by education policy, including curriculum development and review, which is the main focus of this book. Toward a Critical Global Citizenship Education F.
Tibbitts, Case Studies in Human Rights Education: Examples from Central and Eastern Europe (Strasbourg: Council of Europe/Human Rights Education Associates, ); and Norma Tarrow, ed., Human Rights and Education (New York: Pergamon, ).
Her research interests focus on educational issues for immigrant and refugee children, teachers’ training in the field of intercultural education, and citizenship and human rights issues.
Michalinos Zembylas is Professor of Educational Theory and Curriculum Studies at the Open University of Cyprus. Education plays an essential role in the promotion of the core values of the Council of Europe: democracy, human rights and the rule of law, as well as in the prevention of human rights violations.
More generally, education is increasingly seen as a defense against the rise of violence, racism, extremism, xenophobia, discrimination and intolerance. built. Citizenship education therefore requires, as an essential complement, human rights education.
In addition, citizenship education needs to foster openness to, sensitivity towards, curiosity about and willingness to engage with other people and other cultural perspectives.
Mutual understanding cannot be. Human Rights Education in the School Systems of Europe, Central Asia and North America: together with education for democratic citizenship and education for mutual respect and understanding, is vital for all our societies.
“Human Rights Education in the School Systems of Europe, Central Asia and North America: A Compendium of. GENEVA, Sep 18 (IPS) - Amid escalating conflicts and rampant violations of human rights all over the world, spreading “human rights education” is not an easy task.
But a non-governmental organisation from Japan is beginning to make an impact through its “global citizenship education” approach. The Council of Europe Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education () 2 defines HRE as education, training, awareness raising, information, practices and activities which aim, by equipping learners with knowledge, skills and understanding and developing their attitudes and behaviour, to empower learners to.
Education for citizenship, democracy, and human rights is essentially about enabling young people to develop political efficacy and learn to live together in societies characterized by diversity Author: Audrey Osler.
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He has worked closely with the Council of Europe on its Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education Project (EDC/HRE), carried out consultancies in Europe and internationally and published widely in the field.
Human Rights Education Review provides a forum for research and critical scholarship in human rights education. The journal is dedicated to an examination of human rights education theory, philosophy, policy, and praxis, and welcomes contributions that address teaching and learning in formal and informal settings, at all levels from early childhood to higher education, including professional.
central to accessing social rights, as EU migrant citizens only have full access to the social rights in the country of destination, if they have worker status or have been a legal resident for Author: Martin Seeleib-Kaiser.
An overview of the Council of Europe’s work in education over the past 7 decades The Council of Europe's view of Education as a key means of furthering democracy, human rights. Education as a human right and education for human rights are currently the topics of considerable debate worldwide.
In addition to their traditional role of transmitting knowledge and values, education systems are being pressed to respond to a new range of aspirations and to a wide variety of economic, political, social and cultural.
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Laker (Editor), C. Naval (Editor), K. Mrnjaus (Editor) & 0 more Format: Kindle EditionManufacturer: Palgrave Macmillan. Council of Europe Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education Adopted in the framework of Recommendation CM/Rec()7 of the Committee of Ministers Section I – General provisions 1.
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