Human Rights Education
Amnesty International Philippines puts great value in delivering human rights education to its members and the general public. Through our Human Rights Education (HRE) program, we have published various human rights education modules. We have also held youth summits aimed at developing youth activists. And through our Membership Development Program, we provide interested groups and individuals with a basic orientation seminar to introduce them to human rights as well as to the organization.
This year we piloted the “Education and Empowerment for Justice” project in collaboration with the International Human Rights Education Center (IHREC) in Norway. This capacity-building project for indigenous peoples (IP), specifically women, aims to provide IP Women with training on basic human rights, IP rights, gender and women’s rights, documentation skills, as well as paralegal training.
Want to get involved in human rights education? Why not attend our seminars on human rights principles? If you already have facilitation skills, why not join our HRE Team as a facilitator? Simply contact our HRE coordinator at [contact details]
If you want to learn more about basic human rights concepts, we recommend you start with the international bill of rights. Just follow the links below: