REVISION IN PROGRESS
The goal of the Human Rights Education (HRE) Portal is to provide teachers and students with access to HRE materials for classroom use, to better organize student leadership, and to facilitate student and community advocacy with regards to human rights.
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On this HRE Portal you will find:
For more information explore the HRE drop down menu
- HRE Basics: Human rights education homepage containing the following:
- What are Human Rights?: Human rights definitions
- What is HRE?: Human rights education definitions
- Why HRE?: Human rights education justification
- How We Educate: Explanation of the direct connection between HRE and Student Task Force
- HRE Starter Kit: A place for students, teachers, educators and other HRE practitioners to begin incorporating human rights education into their discussions.
- HRE FAQ: Answers to common questions you may have about human rights education
- HRE Resources: Downloadable resources that integrate human rights into classroom curricula
- HRE Reading List: Booklists, HRW Reports, HRE Survey resources
- HRE Lesson Plans: Lesson plans and resources through HRE USA
- HRE Multimedia: Relevant short films, feature-length films, and study guides
- HRE Toolkits from STF: Examples of HRE curricula used in STF
- Continuing Your Human Rights Education: This list of colleges and universities was compiled in response to student requests for information about where they could continue their study of human rights.
- HRE Organizations: A developing list for further HRE research
- HRE Workshops: Videos and presentations from HRE workshops and gatherings
- International Humanitarian Laws and Standards: References like the UDHR and the CRC
We invite you to explore this site and to contact the STF Team with further questions.