Minority/Majority Perspective infoday
The Minority/Majority Perspective informational day is aimed at presenting successful initiatives for human rights education games as a part of the Global Citizenship for Human Rights project. The event is open for all who are willing to get informed about the creation and application of educational tools and board games used in international human rights education. The presentations during the event also serve as dissemination tools for the ongoing project supported by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission.
– Welcoming, introducing the Institute for Cultural Relations Policy (Kristina Lazebna)
– Presentation of the Global Citizenship for Human Rights project (Anna Sarkisyan)
– Presentation of Minority/Majority Perspective board game dedicated to ethnic minority rights (Andras Lorincz)
– Testing of the board game.
– Collecting suggestions for further development / feedbacks.
Participation at the event is free of charge, however registration is required. See the registration form below.
Location: Harmonia Palace, Ybl Room (ground floor) Address: 1088 Budapest, Muzeum utca 9.
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The Global Citizenship for Human Rights project
Human Rights Education (HRE) is learning that develops the knowledge, skills, and values of human rights with the broad goal of building a universal human rights culture. Human Rights Education – HRE and inter-religious dialogue has the power of promoting not only cultural, and religious understanding but also tolerance, solidarity and human rights Education for human rights means understanding and embracing the principles of human equality and dignity and the commitment to respect and protect the rights of all people.
On the level of international law the Universal Declaration of Human Rights emphasizes the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion without distinction of any kind. It is important to promote and respect the principles and values of human life and dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language, or religion.
The ain aim of this project is to build capacity of partner organisations for using Human Rights Education on the local level and transferring existing tools and creating new one for promoting Human Rights and Inter-religious dialogue.
Project activities will step-by-step build capacity of youth workers, trainers, youth leaders from partner countries.
- To build capacities of the partner organization for planning and running activities related to Human Rights Education – HRE and interreligious dialogue
- To equip youth workers for HRE and train multipliers how to organize educational activities on local level
- promote different positive and effective approaches of HRE in all partner countries and their realities
- To develop competences of youth workers, leaders and trainers needed for working in HRE and intercultural and inter-religious societies.
- To share good practices in the field of HRE and using tools and methods for running NFE activities on local level
- To explore, create and share relevant and effective tools working in a field of HRE and interreligious dialogue as well to provide opportunity to testing these methods in practice
- To create new tools and manuals for HRE
- To stimulate the dialogue and discussion among different participants/stakeholders (representatives of institutions, OCD’s, youth, etc.) on local level and building strong networking.
- To create a network of multipliers of HRE and new tools for promoting HRE
Programme and action:
28 June 2021
Harmonia Palace, Budapest
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