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Manual "Can Ya Makan ... Human Rights"

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The manual is result of Long Term TC “Can Ya Makan Human Rights”. It contains information and tools related to teaching children rights through different types of art (storytelling, puppets etc.).

Aims of the tool

• To increase knowledge and understanding about Human Rights and Human Rights Education.
• To promote storytelling, using voice and language for children rights education.
• To promote using of art as a pedagogical tool for Human Rights Education.
• To present tools which can be implement by educators.

Description of the tool

The manual contains:
1. Information about TC "Can Ya Makan Human Rights" and the achievements of the project.
2. Links related to Human and Children rights, Human Rights Education, Experiential learning.
3. Description of tools for Children Rights Education based on art.

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Tool overview

Manual "Can Ya Makan ... Human Rights"

This tool is for

Youthworkers, Trainers, Teachers, Educators, Youth leaders, Young people

and addresses

Social Inclusion, EuroMed, Intercultural Learning, Gender issues

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges
Training and Networking

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Ognian Gadoularov in cooperation with Angie Hadad (Jordan), Elena Diez Villagrasa (Spain), Haythem Kamel (Egypt)

in the context of

The Manual was created as a result of long term training course "Can Ya Makan … Human Rights". The project was realized in Spain and Jordan in cooperation between Angie Hadad (Jordan), Elena Diez Villagrasa (Spain), Haythem Kamel (Egypt), and Ognian Gadou

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Ognian Gadoularov (on 18 September 2014)

and last modified

18 September 2014

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