Human Rights Education: Conceptual and Practical Challenges, George Andreopoulos and Richard Pierre Claude, editors (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1996).

HRE = human rights education

I. Theories and Contexts

Editors' Introduction

1. HRE in the Post Cold War Context George Andreopoulos

2. Human Rights as Education for Peace Betty A. Reardon

3. HRE as a Strategy for Development Clarence Dias

4. Toward a Pedagogy of Empowerment Garth Meintjes

5. Conflict Resolution: Broadening the HRE Agenda Donna Hicks

6. Toward a Critical Pedagogy for Adult Education Matthew Cowey

7. Charter-Making and Participatory Research Ellen Dorsey

8. HRE: Promise of the Third Millenium? Upendra Baxi

9. HRE In UN Peace-Building, Stephen P. Marks

II. Approaches to Teacher-Training & University Based-HRE

Editors' Introduction

10. Teacher Education and the Human Rights Vision

Nancy Flowers and David Shiman

11. Training of Trainers Paul Spector

12. Teaching Human Rights in the Universities: Prospects and Paradoxes Rita Maran

13. Curriculum Development for an Interdisciplinary Minor

Rhoda E. Howard

14. Human Rights Awareness and Skill Games in Political Science Bernard Hamilton

III. Specialized Human Rights Training for Professionals

Editors' Introduction

15. Clinical Legal Education for Human Rights Advocates

Richard J. Wilson

16. Human Rights Education for Law Enforcment Edy Kaufman

17. Military Training for Human Rights and Democratization

D. Michael Hinkley

18. Human Rights Education for Police Marc DuBois

19. Teaching Human Rights to Public Health Practitioners

Jonathan Mann, Zita Lazzarini, Lawrence Gostin, and Sofia Gruskin

20. A Cambodian HRE Program for Health Professionals

Allen Keller, Sin Kim Horn, Sam Sopheap, and Gabriel Otterman

21. Science, Scientists and Human Rights Education

Audrey Chapman, Herbert Spirer and Louise Spirer, and Caroline Whitbeck

22. Beyond "The Official Story" --What Journalist Need to Know

Anita Parlow

IV. Community-Based and Non-Formal Human Rights Education

Editors' Introduction

23. Global HRE: The Challenges for NGOs Richard Pierre Claude

24. Community Education for Law, Democracy and Human Rights Edward O'Brien

25. Promoting HRE in a Marginalized Africa

J. Paul Martin and Cosmas Gitta

26. Looking at Women's Empowerment Initiatives from a Grassroots Level Unity Dow, Sheryl Stumbras and Sue Tatten

27. Problems in Planning HRE for Latin American Re-emerging Democracies Abraham K. Magendzo

28. HRE in Transitional Democracies: Central Europe

Theodore S. Orlin, Ligia Neacsu, Ivan Turek, Jana Kviecinska, and Kozara Kati

29. Trade Union Education on Foreign Labor Issues in Germany

Alexander von Cube

V. Resources and Funding

Editors' Introduction

30. HRE and the "New Information Technology" Lloyd S. Etheredge

31. Setting up an HRE Resource Center Judith Dueck

32. HRE Fundraising: Enduring Principles, Emerging Techniques Magda J. Seydegart and Edward T. Jackson

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