Human Rights Education Workshop for Youth

Human Rights Education Workshop for Youth

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Violence against women is a worldwide human rights scandal. From birth to death, in times of peace as well as war, women face discrimination and violence at the hands of the state, the community and the family. This pack is designed for human rights educators working with youth from the ages of 14-18 years. It includes detailed instructions on how to organize and run a two-day workshop on violence against women, with an optional third day creative workshop which focuses on campaigning skills and creating a drama-based presentation. The material explores the causes and consequences of violence against women in the family and community and identifies some of the legal tools available to combat such violence. It explores the responsibility of the individual to protect women from violence, as well as introducing the responsibility of the state to protect women from non-state actors (due diligence). The pack includes all necessary supporting materials for each session, such as case studies, facilitator's tips and handouts, as well as a list of useful resources and background information.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 84 pages
  • London, United Kingdom
  • graphics for workshops
  • 0862103800
  • 9780862103804