3. HRE is a participative process which contains deliberately designed sets of learning activities using human rights knowledge, values, and skills as content aimed at the general public to enable them to understand their experiences and take control of their lives. What is human rights education (HRE)?
4. Non-formal HRE are structured programs conducted through consciousness-raising sessions, skills training, and para-legal training seminar /workshops What is non-formal HRE? The content of non-formal HRE is usually determined by the needs of the community or interest-groups and the orientation of organizers, and is not bound by any prescribed curriculum as in the school set up.
5. The informal HRE The informal HRE are more ad hoc and unstructured activities done through public campaign, theatre, posters, informal discussions with neighbours and friends, etc.
18. Values and attitudes related to Human Rights and Democracy · Dignity · Equality · Justice · Protection of the Rights of all peoples · Participation · Freedom of speech and expression · Freedom of belief
23. “ Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and nature, and strengthening respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance, and friendship among all nations, racial and Religious groups and shall further the activities of the United Nations in the maintenance of peace.”
25. "Human rights education is much more than a lesson in schools or a theme for a day; it is a process to equip people with the tools they need to live lives of security and dignity. - Kofi Annan