Human Rights and Education
Discussion of the need to include ongoing and systematic education on human rights.
This paper is about human rights education. The author of the paper argues that a dialogue with children about human rights must be ongoing and systematic and thus firmly embedded in the education system of the country.
“The struggle of man against power,” according to Czech writer Milan Kundera, “is the struggle of memory against forgetting.” This can be seen as a very appropriate metaphor for contextualizing the work of the human rights movement. Fifty years since the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the struggle of memory against forgetting remains the biggest challenge for the human rights organizations and activists.”
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