A 12-point guide for good practice in the training and education for human rights of government officials
This document outlines the basic elements for the implementation of an effective human rights training program for government officials. AI intends this guide to also assist non-governmental organizations and academics working in this field. Topics covered include feasibility, accountability, commitment and responsibility of officials, coordination, target groups, teaching methods and materials, learning techniques and evaluation.
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