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Educational Resources2016-10-12T17:02:35+00:00

Educational Resources

This section provides a range of educational resources that can be used with young people for purposes of tackling hate speech as well as related themes, such as racism and intolerance, and for creating the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for the creation of a human rights culture which has no space for hate speech, either online or offline.

Educational Resources

BOOKMARKS was designed to support the No Hate Speech Movement, the Council of Europe’s youth Campaign against hate speech online, and can be used by educators involved in formal and non-formal education. The manual is designed for working with young people aged 13 to 18, although activities can be adapted to other age groups and other learner profiles. The activities in the manual should help young people in developing the knowledge, skills and attitudes which will be needed if the Internet is to reflect a human rights culture. The manual covers a wide range of themes related to hate speech, namely human rights, freedom of expression, democracy and participation, racism and discrimination, internet literacy, campaigning strategies, cyberbullying and private life and safety

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COMPASS was first published in 2002 within the framework of the Human Rights Education Youth Programme of the Council of Europe. It contains activities on a wide range of themes, such as human rights, citizenship and participation, discrimination and intolerance, globalisation, peace and violence and war and terrorism.

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ALL DIFFERENT ALL EQUAL was created within the framework of the European Youth Campaign ‘All Different – All Equal.’ It tackles the themes of racism and intolerance through intercultural education activities. The pack provides practical and theoretical material for educators to use with young people.

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COMPANION was created within the framework of the European Youth Campaign ‘All Different – All Equal.’ This manual contains activities based on principles of human rights education and tackles a wide range of themes such as citizenship, democracy, media, peace and violence, discrimination and terrorism.

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COMPASITO builds on the philosophy and educational approaches of COMPASS, using non-formal education as the foundation of the manual’s activities. It is directed at educators working with children aged 6-13 and includes activities on a range of topics such as citizenship, democracy, discrimination, gender equality, media and internet, participation, peace and human security and violence.

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The UNHCR manual is only available in Greek. It contains activities to be used with primary and secondary education pupils as well as groups of young people and children who are involved in human rights education. It covers a wide range of themes, namely human rights, values such as freedom, equality, solidarity and dignity, identity, discrimination and stereotypes, security, intercultural learning, refugees, migrants and asylum seekers, education, democracy and the environment.

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This manual is only available in Greek. It contains activities to be used by educators for young learners on a wide range of issues. Those which relate to human rights and combatting hate speech include communication, cultural changes, democracy, globalisation and religion.

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This manual contains activities on intercultural learning, acceptance and management of diversity. It addresses primary school pupils.

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