2 edition of Teaching for Human Rights (Education Series / Human Rights Commission) found in the catalog.
Teaching for Human Rights (Education Series / Human Rights Commission)
by Australian Government Publishing Service
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||163|
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Teaching Two Lessons. About UNESCO. and other writings on Human Rights. Fernando M. Reimers. This book contains two lessons that will allow teachers at the high school level or faculty at the college level to engage their students in reflection about UNESCO’s mission. It includes also a series of short essays on Human Rights, the Right to.
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Claire is the Youth President of a special group called Youth for Human Rights International. She has spoken at important meetings where adults are examining human rights issues.