This section makes available the training, study and research materials produced in the framework of the capacity building and development support provided by the GC to new partner universities for the setting up of human rights education activities. These materials, both in English or local languages, can include textbooks, teachers workbooks, ad hoc publications, students' readers, assessment reports and more.
Browsing 03. Capacity Development Projects related Outputs by Subject "human rights education"
(Global Campus of Human Rights, 2023-09)
In 2019 the GC was entrusted by the EU to lead the new capacity-building project to set up human rights education at the National University of Timor-Leste in Dili. The action contributed to the promotion of human rights, democracy and sustainable development in Asia's youngest nation by establishing a Human Rights Centre aimed to engage in academic training, international networking and research activities. The project was implemented together with the Global Campus Asia-Pacific Programme and in coordination with the EU Delegation in Timor-Leste. Through testimonies and data, this booklet presents the result of the project.
This is the final report of an independent evaluation of the project ‘Furthering the Development of Human Rights Education’, which is funded by the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR). The project is implemented by the Asia-Pacific programme (APMA) of the Global Campus of Human Rights (GC) and the GC’s Capacity Development Programme, in coordination with the EU Delegation (EUD) in Timor-Leste and local NGOs. The project aimed to contribute to the promotion of human rights, democracy and development by establishing a Human Rights Centre (HRC) at the National University of Timor-Leste (UNTL). The Centre mirrors the GC’s remit and spans training, teaching, outreach and research activities, and is fashioned to Timor-Lestes’ specific human rights and development challenges. According to programmatic documents it is expected that UNTL will steadily gain sufficient capacity during the project cycle to subsequently become an active participant in the GC’s Asia-Pacific regional programme (APMA).