Become a member of HRE USA today! There are many ways to get involved and connect with other individuals across the country working on Human Rights Education (HRE).
Interested in seeing HRE better reflected in state and national learning standards for subjects such as social studies, history, and literature? Join the HRE USA Policy Working Group as we work to provide a framework for the integration of HRE into new and existing standards! Click here for information about other Working Groups.
Ideas You Can Use
This guide provides information to schools on how to implement the project. It offers practical suggestions for schools around the world to make human rights a viable part of their curricula, teaching methodology and broader learning environment that has a lasting impact not just on students, but also on their wider communities.
Click here to download the guide in English, French and Spanish.
HRE USA MATTERS
HRE USA Southern California Regional Gathering
The HRE USA network aims to facilitate networking and resource sharing among educators across the United States. As part of the network's efforts to support human rights educators in Southern California, we are organizing a regional gathering and human rights education orientation and have invited all HRE USA members in the region.
The gathering will take place on Saturday, May 11, from 9:30am until approximately 11:30am, with breakfast provided. The gathering will be held at Human Rights Watch’s Los Angeles offices at 11500 W. Olympic Boulevard #540, Los Angeles, CA 90064...more
SUBMIT YOUR RESOURCES!
The Resource section of the HRE USA website is now abuilding. Many of you have written or come across interesting articles and resources, and done innovative research. Don't be shy! Our goal is to have as comprehensive a resource center as we can, but we can only do it with the participation of our membership!
What to submit? Here's the very wide range of what we're looking for:
- published or unpublished articles;
- thesis and dissertations;
- individual lesson plans or full curricula;
- short essays or complete manuals;
- cartoons, posters, or videos.
What are criteria for submission? All resources should be directly relevant to human rights education and in keeping with the mission and values of HRE USA.
How to submit? Sign in the Resources area here and fill out the form. It takes only about five minutes to make a submission!
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