Global Human Rights Education Database

15 03 2006

http://www.hrea.org/erc/Databases/index.html. Maintained by the Human Rights Education Association, this resource contains data that has been collected since 1998 and “provides an additional resource for individuals, communities and organisations that are looking for assistance with their activities or want to exchange information.” It consists of four different datasets:
* a Directory of Organisations (http://www.hrea.org/erc/Databases/org/index.php) involved in Human Rights Education
* a comprehensive listing of Human Rights Courses and Programmes offered worldwide
* an extensive Annotated Bibliography (http://www.hrea.org/erc/Databases/bibliography/index.php) of human rights education materials that have been produced during the UN Decade for Human Rights Education
* and a Global Directory of Human Rights Educators, http://www.hrea.org/erc/Databases/educators.php. “The aim of the Global Directory of Human Rights Educators is to provide a resource for individuals, communities and organisations that are looking for assistance with their activities or want to exchange information. Through the directory one can identify trainers or curriculum developers, explore potential partnerships, or share your interest in certain thematic areas. Currently almost 700 educators from over 65 countries have registered in the directory. In order to protect the privacy of those listed the directory is password protected and will only be accessible to those who have registered.” Note that this service requires free registration.

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