Selected Papers

The conference was a great opportunity to share knowledge on human rights education around the world. We decided to publish the papers to continue the knowledge sharing we started. If you are interested in publishing the paper you presented at the conference, please contact Laelia Dard-Dascot at: l.darddascot@ucr.nl

 

  • Prof. Emily I. Alemika, Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Jos, Nigeria
  • Prof. Salome K. Kigbu, Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Jos, Nigeria

Translating the Legal Framework on the Rights of Child (The Child Rights Act 2003) into Effective Practice through Human Rights Education in Nigeria

  • Janaina Pereira Antunes, Independent lawyer and volunteer on the social program "YCI" (Youth Career Initiative), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The role of non-state actors in Human Rights Education: reflections from the perspective of a research and experience in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • David Chia-Wei Chang (張家維), MA Student, Soochow University, Taiwan

Looking for a better Governance in Taiwan: an Observation on the Democratic and Educational Impact from Significant Assemblies

  • Caroline Olu Dickson-Olorunda, NGO on widowhood and single women, Warri and Benin, Nigeria
  • Prof. Cecilia C. Nwufo, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Public Law, Faculty of Law, University of Jos, Nigeria
  • Hope Olapeju Olowokere, Human Rights Lawyer, Advocate of Supreme Court of Nigeria

Human Rights of Women with Focus on Widowhood Practices in Nigeria: a Call for proper Human Rights Education in Nigeria

  • Aquino Hayunta, Indonesian Art Coalition, Indonesia

Arts and Human Rights Education

  • Prof. Maria-Daniella Marouda, Assistant Professor in International Law, Panteion University of Social and Political Studies, Athens, Greece
  • Dr. Vasiliki Saranti, Adjunct Lecturer of International Law, Panteion University of Social and Political Studies, Athens, Greece

The role of Holocaust Memorials and Museums in Human Rights Education: the Case of Greece

  • Prof. Dr. Máté Szabó, Faculty of State and Law, Institute of Political Science, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

From Political Education to Human Rights Education - a missing Link of the Regime Change in Hungary seen by the Ombudsman's Experience with Children and Vulnerable Groups

  • Katri Tukiainen, PhD Student, University of Tampere / Peace and Conflict Research Institute, Finland

Fragility of girls associated with armed forces and/or armed groups in Sub-Saharan Africa

  • Dr. Joseph Wronka, Professor of Social Work, Springfield College, MA, USA

Implementing the Spirit of Crazy Horse: as a Fullbrighter in Pakistan and multi-pronged (macro, mezzo, and micro) Approach for the Helping and Health Professions, the Problems of World Drug Abuse