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Human Rights Education

Anjana Kaul

Published by A P H Pub, 2011
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Contents Preface I Introducing the subject 1 Human rights education -- an introductionK Sumanlatha 2 Human rights education - an all encompassing panaceaArchana Thapliyal 3 Human rights education -- an universal perspectiveRS Rana 4 An introduction to the human rights educationPratibha Tripathi II Process 5 Methodology of human rights education a need for systemic approachCharu Sharma 6 Human rights education the role of education in awareness of human rightsPoornima Agarwal III Implementation processes 7 Human rights education role and responsibilities of teachersAnjana Kaul and Charu Sharma 8 Human rights in Indian ConstitutionNeelam Gahlyan 9 Human rights education -- way to eradicate corruptionVK Singh 10 Human rights education suggestive strategiesVijay Jaiswal and Priyanka Gupta IV Government?s role and impetus of NGOs 11 The role of government and NGO?s in promoting human rights educationRA Basappa 12 NGOs human rights protection and educationGaurav Singh and Shilpa Saxena V Realizing human rights for a variety of situation 13 Adult education as a way towards attainment of human rights an analysisMinakshi Sharma 14 Integrating human rights education with environmental wisdom a challenge to prevailing socio-economic structureAnjali Bhatia 15 Human rights and education of minoritiesMinakshi Sharma 16 Human rights education in the context of women?s empowermentNamrata Chandel 17 Sexual harassment of working women and human rights issuesRanganath A and Pradeep Kumar 18 Development of women?s education an indicator for effective human rightsJaya Sharma 19 Child rights-an effort to save childhoodAwadhesh Narayan Tiwari VI Realizing the challenge through education 20 Safeguarding human rights challenges of twenty-first centuryHina Dora and Rashana Chahel 21 Education and human rightsB Yella Reddy and N Kavitha One of the root causes of human rights violation is discrimination and it lays at the root of world?s most pressing human rights problems Human Rights Day 2009 that was observed worldwide on 10 December 2009 focused on non-discrimination The first few famous words all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights established 60 years ago are the basic premise of international human rights law However the fight against discrimination remains a daily struggle for millions around the globe till todayHuman Right Education can become instrumental in changing society of it integrates itself with the people?s way of transforming individual rights into new collective and community rights Human Rights Education constitutes an essential contribution to the long-term prevention of human rights abuses and represents an important investment in the endeavour to achieve a society replete of justice in which all human rights of all persons are valued and respected resulting to elimination of violence and deprivation on the basis of discrimination It will contribute a great deal in establishing national and international peace and friendshipIdentifying problems defining needs clarifying norms formulating and undertaking plans of action this is the process of human rights education for empowerment This book in a way is a small beginning to focus on the human rights education for it can help to mobilize people in Indian context to follow up the space created by the UN Decade for Human Rights Education 1995-2005 in enriching and strengthening this movementThe book deals in embarking on the various facets of human rights education from discussing the role of NGOs for the acknowledgement of the dignity of the human beings and the promotion of individual rights at all the stages at the local national and international level; in visualizing women empowerment become a reality yet education is the most powerful instrument of change and the only way to empower women and as a nation we have to realize the dream of Mahatma Gandhi and I quote If you educate a man you educate an individual but. Bookseller Inventory # 96100

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Title: Human Rights Education

Publisher: A P H Pub

Publication Date: 2011

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