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Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education - Guidelines for Educators

Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education - Guidelines for Educators (2013)

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Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education - Guidelines for Educators

Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education - Guidelines for Educators

Guidelines for educators
The present document ofers further clarifications about the Charter, but above all, some hints on how to work with both the Charter for All and the poster with your group, in an educational context. This work can be useful either as an introduction to EDC/HRE, or as a tool for them to refect on the work you are already doing on the topic.

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Guidelines for educators
The present document ofers further clarifications about the Charter, but above all, some hints on how to work with both the Charter for All and the poster with your group, in an educational context. This work can be useful either as an introduction to EDC/HRE, or as a tool for them to refect on the work you are already doing on the topic.

Contents in the GUIDELINES FOR EDUCATORS:

Some words before getting started
Educational materials related to the Charter on EDC/HRE
1. Introduction
The Council of Europe
The Charter

2. How to work on the Charter with a group of young people
The Charter in an educational context
References to Council of Europe publications
Adaptation
Using the poster

The “Charter for All”: ideas chapter by chapter
1. Why a charter?
2. What are human rights?
3. What is democratic citizenship?
4. What is education for democratic citizenship and human rights education?
5. What are the principles of human rights and democracy?
6. Who is involved in education for democratic citizenship and human rights?
7. Do schools and organisations respect human rights and democracy?
8. What can we do to promote citizenship and human rights education?

Concluding your work on the Charter

3. Appendices
Council of Europe Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education
Worksheet: Democracy and human rights start with us: where do we stand?
Map of Council of Europe member states

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