Becoming a Human Rights Friendly School: A guide for schools around the world
This guide describes what a Human Rights Friendly School is and what it can achieve, and offers practical suggestions on how to integrate human rights in schools around the world. It explains how the 10 global Principles for Human Rights Friendly Schools can be integrated into four key areas of school life: governance, relationships, curriculum and extra-curricular activities, and school environment. It describes the steps schools can take to plan and implement the project. A toolkit (CD-ROM), with relevant human rights education resources and tools, accompanies this guide.
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