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Teaching Two Lessons about UNESCO and Other Writings on Human Rights
Place of publication | Year of publication | Collation: 
North Charleston | 2017-10-16 | 198 p.
ISBN 978-1978367999
Fernando M. Reimers
Corporate author: 
Fernando M. Reimers

This book presents two lessons for use in college or high school, to educate students on the mission and work of UNESCO as it relates to the advancement of Human Rights. It includes also a series of a short essays on Human Rights, the Right to Education, Teaching Human Rights and the role of Teachers and Universities in Teaching Human Rights which will be useful to educators interested in educating their students to advance the values of freedom and justice. 

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The lessons(Two Lessons About UNESCO) are designed to help high school and college students understand the mission of UNESCO, the reason the organization was created, the work it does, how it is structured and funded, and how its work relates to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The lessons can be taught at the High School or College level. They can be taught in a variety of courses including social studies, history, humanities, and can be integrated in courses in other disciplines. 

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Resource Type: 
Teaching and learning materials
Civic / Citizenship / Democracy
Human rights / Human dignity
Peace / Culture of peace
Preventing violent extremism
Level of education: 
Higher education


Human rights; Human rights education; UNESCO