This introductory online training course on global education (GE), with a particular focus on human rights (HR), targets practitioners in the field of education and development, teachers, social and youth workers, as well as policy-makers, civil servants and local and regional authorities.
The four-week long online learning course involves 10 hours of learning per week, which includes reading, discussion and response to interactive exercises. The course has been designed to complement the Global Education Guidelines, a pedagogical tool for educators and policy makers to understand and implement Global Education, and share with a wider audience concepts and approaches promoted by the North-South Centre’s Global Education programme.
This course provides an introduction to human rights education as part of the Global Education context, and deals with its concepts, approaches, strategies and action, by considering its interconnections between the global and local.
The next course takes place from 6 to 31 August, 2012.
The deadline for submitting the complete application is 25 July, 2012.
The North South Centre will provide scholarships corresponding to the course value. The scholarships will be granted to selected applications on the basis of quality of the application.
Go directly to the online application.
More information on the website of the North-South Centre.
Source: The North-South Centre