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Human Rights Storytelling: Manual For the Educators
Place of publication | Year of publication | Collation: 
[Brussels] | 2018 | 149 p.
Corporate author: 
Huristo project consortium
Region: 
Europe and North America
© Huristo project consortium 2018

Huristo project developed a methodology about awareness and advocacy about the European Human Rights Charter as a part of global citizenship education with low skilled adult learners (refugees and migrants living in the city and natives living in rural places). This methodology is based on digital storytelling: participants work on personal narratives illustrating different topics of the charter.


The main result for the adult learners are increased digital skills, reading and writing skills, awareness about the Human Rights Charter and European citizenship. The work on the Charter and the personal narratives also improve participants’ analytic media literacy, interpersonal and intercultural skills, but also core skills for employability, such as teamwork, problem solving, learning to learn and communication. Additionally, the adult trainers who are involved increase their teaching skills using digital media and the methodology of digital storytelling in particular.

 

Resource Type: 
Toolkits and practical guides
Theme: 
Civic / Citizenship / Democracy
Media and Information Literacy
Human rights / Human dignity
Others
Level of education: 
Lifelong learning
Non-formal education

Keyword

Digital storytelling; Digital story; Digital literacy; Media literacy