Call for Papers- Human Rights Education – The Georg Arnhold International Summer School 2016

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Call for Papers 

Georg Arnhold International Summer School on Education for Sustainable Peace 2016

Braunschweig, Germany from July 25 to 30, 2016

Human Rights Education in Secondary School Settings:Theories, Practices

The Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research (GEI) and Teachers College of Columbia University, USA, announced the 3rd Georg Arnhold International Summer School, which will critically explore theories and practices of human rights education (HRE) at the secondary school level.  The Georg Arhnold program has a special interest in post-conflict and transitional societies promoting rights and fundamental freedoms.

The GEI and Teachers College thus invite original contributions that draw upon diverse context, theories, and methods to shed new light on questions including, but not restricted to, the following issues:

  1. HRE Pedagogies and the Challenges of Human Rights
  2. HRE Policies and Teaching Practices
  3. Traditional and Nontraditional Learning Tools
  4. Teacher Preparation and Training in HRE

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EuroClio presents History that Connects Programme during Georg Arnhold Summer school

From 21 until 27 June the second international Georg Arnhold Summer School on Education for Sustainable Peace took place in Braunschweig, Germany. The summer school was organized by the Georg Eckert Institute [] in partnership with the International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) on the theme of “Transitional Justice and Education: Engaging Children and Youth in Justice and Peacebuilding through Educational Media, Curricula and Outreach”. EuroClio Project Manager Judith Geerling participated in the summer school that brought together 20 participants – combining civil society practitioners and researchers that were coming from all over the world to present their research and work on the theme. She discussed the specific role of history education for sustainable peace and transitional justice processes, and presented the work of EuroClio, specifically the History that Connects Programme in the Balkans, and established useful contacts for future cooperation.