Facilitation Manual: a guide to using participatory methodologies for human rights education
This resource was produced as part of 'Education for Human Dignity', a three-year project which aims to raise awareness, inform debate and enable action in order to tackle the human rights abuses that drive and deepen poverty. The resources and tools detailed here draw on experiences, expertise and case studies from both the global North and South. The manual has been developed specifically for those who train or educate others in both formal and non-formal educational settings, and who are committed to facilitating human rights education that seeks to engage, inspire and empower participants to take action. As a fundamental part of the Education for Human Dignity Resource Pack, it is intended to be used with the modules on poverty and human rights, but may also be adapted to other contexts or used on its own as a general resource for facilitators working in a diversity of settings.
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