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Definition of HRE
Definition of HRE
Wikipedia states that human rights education is the teaching of the history, theory, and law of human rights in schools and educational institutions, as well as the outreach to the general public. However, we believe that it goes futher than this and is in fact the background on which any subject should be based on. This is because these are universal values that constantly impact our lives. The point of HRE is to prevent the violation of these v …
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HRE Definition
HRE Definition
We believe HRE to be a lifelong process that should take place in both the formal and informal enviroments, and that it should

Create Awareness
Cause action, and be a
Catalyst for a change
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What is HRE?
What is HRE?
- Human Rights are fundamental rights for everybody and everybody need to be aware of their rights.

-HRE should be learning by doing (sharing knowledge) – informal education

- You should grow up knowing the rights, so that you and everyone else will be treated right.

- The schools should educate the children in human rights by teaching and including the rights in every possible way in the students’ lives. The students should be suppo …
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Definition | Alan, Rajmund, Thomas Kempf, Benni, Nora
Definition | Alan, Rajmund, Thomas Kempf, Benni, Nora
Peer Education 

Peer Education is „teaching“ fellow students – people of our own generation.

The style of „teaching“ is different as the peer doesn't fulfill the traditional role of a teacher.

Peer Education can be complementory to school education.

Take advantage of the fact that we are in the same or in a similiar situation as the students who take part in peer programs.

Peer Education is in many cases more profund and …
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Peer Education/Educator
Peer Education/Educator
Peer education is a kind of informal and non formal education.  It is based not just on knowledge but on peer educator's experience and on opinions and actions.

 

Peer educators are typically the same age or a bit older that the group they are working with. They are mostly not professionals on contrary with teachers. Them two work in different environment and under different conditions, e.g peer education is not exclusively for sch …
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