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Education and Human Rights: Tools for Inclusion

Education and human rights: tools for inclusion, intercultural dialogue and democracy ”Human rights begin with breakfast”, René Cassin used to say. This quote, so synthetic, yet so clear, is a very useful starting point for understanding why the education for human rights is necessary in every person’s and every community’s life, in order to cohabit…
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Education for Inclusion Starts with the Kid with Disabilities’ Family

Education for Inclusion Starts with the Kid with Disabilities' Family I’ve spent the past eight years trying to figure out a way of leaving the house without the raging bull look. The rare moments of finding the way were always followed by a crushing wave of”whys” which inevitable converged into periods of depression.  The variable…
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Human Rights Education

Human Rights Education: a Reflection Through Three Question Marks The United Nations (UN) named the 1995-2004 decade the decade for human rights education. Since then, the UN agencies have dedicated resources for the development of action plans and recommendations to encourage states to develop educational programs, both textbooks and school programs and non-formal education projects,…
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