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8 and 9 February 2019 / Berlin / Der Paritätische Gesamtverband
The Paritätischer Gesamtverband is using the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights last year as an opportunity to reflect on and discuss human rights in voluntary services with volunteers working in its structures. Lea Fenner gives an input at the forum.
2016 – today / Germany / Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk
On behalf of the children’s rights organisation Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk we conduct further education seminars for teachers on implementing children’s rights at primary schools. The schools take part in the children’s rights schools project of the organisation, a year-long programme for realising children’s rights in the class room and the school community.
July 2018 / Das Historisch-Politische Buch
Prof. Dr. Bea Lundt has reviewed our “Change handbook for History Learning and Human Rights Education” and its sister publication “Crossing Borders” and chracterises them as mile stones of a much needed innovation process of history learning as an education that enables a global dicourse.
June 2018 / Democracy and Human Rights Education in Europe (DARE) Network
We are proud and excited to be members of the international network and we are looking forward to exchange ideas and experiences with colleagues and to conduct joint human rights education projects.
June 2018 / EPIZ Berlin e.V.
How does a good school look like from a student’s perspective? We facilitate workshops with students where they develop concrete proposals for the development of their own school in the context of the “Faire Schule” school development programme by EPIZ.
April 2018 / Centre for Human Rights Studies Mexico (CEDH Mx)
Our colleagues at CEDH Mx have published an anthology with different expert voices on children’s rights in research and practice. We had the pleasure to support the forum in Cambridge where these ideas were first presented in 2016.
March 2018 / Prospects – Comparative Journal of Curriculum, Learning, and Assessment
Professor Meenakshi Chhabra writes that she used our Change Approach in order to develop her model for combining human rights education and history learning. We are delighted to learn that ideas in our “Change Handbook for History Learning and Human Rights Education” serve as an inspiration and are being further developed!
February 2018 / Plan International and Lucid.Berlin
More than a thousand girl’s rights documents in one place! Plan International has brought relevant conventions and documents by the United Nations and regional bodies together in an online database. On behalf of the strategy and media consultancy Lucid.Berlin we were involved in developing the interactive training tool that allows explore girl’s rights issues and test one’s knowledge. Who is a girl’s rights champion?