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A manual on human rights education with young people.

Human rights cannot be defended by legal measures alone. They need to be protected and safeguarded by everyone, including young people. Compass is a manual on human rights education providing youth leaders, teachers and other educators, whether professionals or volunteers, with concrete ideas and practical activities to engage, involve and motivate young people to form a positive awareness of human rights in their own ways and in their own communities. It promotes a broad understanding of human rights education - educational programmes and activities that focus on promoting equality in human dignity - and sees young people as a resource. Developed by a multi-disciplinary and intercultural team of writers and educators, Compass is based on experiential and non-formal educational approaches that put the emphasis on the learners, their environment and their own concerns (working from young people's starting points). Compass is produced within the framework of the Human Rights Education Youth Programme, which was launched in 2000 on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the European Convention on Human Rights by the Directorate of Youth and Sport of the Council of Europe. The programme aims to put human rights at the centre of youth work and thereby to contribute to the bringing up of human rights education into the mainstream. Compass offers different approaches and directions for everyone who is interested in human rights, democracy and citizenship.
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Table of Contents


Chapter 1 - Human Rights Education and Compass, a Brief Guide for Practitioners

1.1 Understanding Human Rights Education
1.1.1 What is Human Rights Education?
1.1.2 Outcomes of HRE
1.1.3 Knowledge, skills and attitudes
1.1.4 An inclusive approach
1.1.5 HRE with young people
1.1.6 Formal and non-formal educational settings
1.1.7 HRE as a starting point for action
1.1.8 International support for HRE
1.2 HRE and Other Education Field
1.2.1 A human rights world
1.2.2 What is a "human rights issue"?
1.2.3 Issues covered in the manual
1.2.4 Citizenship Education
1.2.5 Personal and Social Education
1.2.6 Global Education
1.2.7 Intercultural Education
1.2 8 Development Education
1.2.9 Environmental Education
1.2.10 Peace Education
1.2.11 Law-related Education
1.3 Using COMPASS across Europe
1.3.1 What and where is Europe?
1.3.2 A book for Europe?
1.3.3 A European Dream
1.3.4 Youth work and youth representation
1.3.5 The Convention on the Rights of the Child
1.3.6 The production process
1.3.7 Using the manual across cultures and languages
1.4 How to use COMPASS
1.4.1 How to work with the manual
1.4.2 The educational approaches
1.4.3 Common questions about Human Rights Education
1.4.4 Tips for users
1.4.5 Tips for facilitation
1.4.6 Group work
1.4.7 Group work techniques
1.4 8 General tips on running activities
1.4.9 When things don't go the way you expected them to
1.4.10 Managing conflict within the group
1.4.11 Some methods and techniques for supporting effective learning groups
1.4.12 Methods and techniques for developing discussion skills
1.4.13 Methods and techniques for developing collective decision-making skills
1.4.14 Activities for reviewing

Chapter 2 - 49 Practical Activities and Methods for Human Rights Education

2.1 Summary of activities
2.2 A glossary of globalisation
2.3 A tale of two cities
2.4 Access to medicaments
2.5 Act it out
2.6 All equal - all different
2.7 Ashique's story
2.8 Beware, we are watching!
2.9 Can I come in?
2.10 Children's Rights
2.11 Different Wages
2.12 Do we have alternatives?
2.13 Domestic Affairs
2.14 "Draw-the-word" game
2.15 Education for All?
2.16 Electioneering
2.17 Fighters for rights
2.18 Front page
2.19 Garden in a night
2.20 Heroines and heroes
2.21 Horoscope of poverty
2.22 Just a minute
2.23 Let every voice be heard
2.24 Let's talk about sex!
2.25 Living in a perfect world
2.26 Makah whaling
2.27 Making links
2.28 Money to spend
2.29 Our futures
2.30 Path to Equality-land
2.31 Picture games
2.31.1. What do you see?
2.31.2. What do you see in Pancho?
2.31.3. Part of the picture
2.31.4. Captions for pictures
2.31.5. Speech bubbles
2.32 Play the game! (revised version)
2.33 Power Station
2.34 Responding to racism
2.35 Rights Bingo!
2.36 See the ability!
2.37 Sport for all
2.38 Take a step forward
2.39 The impact of the Internet
2.40 The language barrier
2.41 The scramble for wealth and power
2.42 The web of life
2.43 To vote, or not to vote?
2.44 Trade Union meeting
2.45 Violence in my life
2.46 When tomorrow comes
2.47 Where do you stand?
2.48 Who are I?
2.49 Work and babies
2.50 Conventions – Safeguards of Human Rights
2.51 A human rights calendar

Chapter 3 - Taking Action

3.1 Taking Action
3.1.1 Devising a plan of action

Chapter 4 - Background Information on Human Rights

4.1 Understanding Human Rights
4.1.1 What are human rights?
4.1.2 A historical outline
4.1.3 Human rights around the world
4.1.4 How can we use our rights?
4.1.5 Dilemmas and misuses of human rights
4.1.6 More riddles
4.2 The evolution of human rights
4.2.1 Which rights do we possess?
4.3 Legal Protection of human rights
4.3.1 Key international documents
4.3.2 Enforcing human rights
4.3.3 Is this sufficient?
4.4 Activism and the Role of NGOs
4.4.1 Examples of successful activism
4.5 Questions and answers
4.5.1 Puzzlers

Chapter 5 - Background Information on the Global Themes

5.1 Children
5.2 Citizenship
5.3 Democracy
5.4 Discrimination and Xenophobia
5.5 Education
5.6 Environment
5.7 Gender equality
5.8 Globalisation
5.9 Health
5.10 Human security
5.11 Media
5.12 Peace and Violence
5.13 Poverty
5.14 Social rights
5.15 Sport

Appendices - International Legal Human Rights Instruments and Evaluation Form

6.1 Status of ratification of major human rights international instruments
6.2 Universal Declaration of Human Rights
6.3 The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR)
6.4 International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR)
6.5 The Convention on the Rights of the Child (Summary)
6.6 The European Convention on Human Rights (Summary)
6.7 Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms,as amended by Protocol No.11
6.8 The European Social Charter in brief
6.9 Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities (Summary)
6.10 The European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages (Summary)
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