THEORY AND PRACTICE
The human rights education can help both- to reduce human rights violations and contribute to building free and peaceful societies. Human rights should be a subject to all levels of education.
The book presents an overview of the human rights, and implementation and Pedagogical aspects of Human Rights Education. It also deals specifically with methods and activities the teachers can use in classrooms for teaching human rights and the role of the teacher. The pedagogical aspect of Human rights education focussed in this book is a product of a series of workshops conducted on Human Rights education for the preparation of Modules for incorporating Human Rights Education in the school curriculum.
Dr. C. Naseema, M.Sc (Physics); M.Ed; Ph.D (Edn); PGDHE; DDE; PGDCA is the Head, Department of Education, University of Calicut and Dean, Faculty of Education, University of Calicut and Kannur University in Kerala State.
She has more than sixteen years of teaching experience. She has authored four books and has contributed papers to number of books as well as in many national and international journals.
Rights and Duties
General Conditions Underlying the Idea of Human Rights
Human Rights Guaranteed in Main International Treaties
2. Human Rights in Indian Condition br>Indian Constitution and Human Rights br>Constitutional Provisions of Human Rights br>Implementation of Human Rights in India br>Agencies Promoted Human Rights Implementation in India
National Human Rights Commission .
State Human Rights Commissions
Human Rights Courts
The National Commission for Women
3. Human Rights Education
Need for Human Rights Education
Framework of Educational Policies in India
Human Rights Education in India: Elementary Level, Primary Level, Secondary
Level, Higher Secondary Level
Methods of Teaching Human Rights
Implementation of Human Rights Education
4. Human Rights Education in Practice
Model Lessons-Other Subjects
Human Rights-New Trends (Annexure)
Right to Environment
Rights of the Child
Right to Development
Intellectual Property Rights
Right to Information