Human rights education - engaging new target groups: Lessons learned from the Rights Education Action Programme
The Rights Education Action Programme (REAP) is a 10 year-long international human rights education initiative led by Amnesty International Norway. This document sets out the lessons learned thus far from this initiative about reaching new target groups. These include working with marginalized communities; working with faith groups and religious authorities and working with law enforcement officials. As well as lessons learned, the document includes key recommendations from REAP.
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