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ADVANCED COURSE FOR EDUCATORS AND TRAINERS ON HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION: ACQUIRING THE SCIENTIFIC FOUNDATIONS OF THE UNIVERSALITY OF HUMAN RIGHTS

The Course will be held in Rome July 11 –15,  2005,  organized by C.E.U. and I.P.V. under the direction of prof. Michele Trimarchi. Its aim is to provide educators and trainers with the scientific tools we have developed during more than twenty years of multidisciplinary research, tools which make it possible to stimulate the higher functions of the human brain so that the person becomes aware of, and responsible for, those values which are biologically inherent  in each human being  right from birth.  Training aimed at developing a consciousness of these values  is needed in order  to allow educators  to develop a truly effective approach that enhances self-awareness and self-management in students. This approach must be based on the concepts of dignity, freedom, justice and  love, from which all rational and emotional aspects of human behaviour derive. This method, which has been widely experimented with excellent results,, makes it possible to translate formal aspects of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights into human consciousness and behaviour.

Human rights are not notions to be blindly repeated, but rather  are values that help women and men find their way through a jungle of conditionings, where truth is hidden  and false values are produced. Science and the consciousness of human rights against demagogy, the arrogance of power of man over man, are the last hope to defeat juvenile apathy towards life and to create a new society that is capable of giving centrality to human dignity.
 
 MAIN SUBJECTS OF THE COURSE :
 


  • Centrality of the concept of dignity in the field of Human Rights Education;

  • Neuropsychophysiological foundation of human rights;

  • Environment and Health as basic human rights;

  • The Integration of Sciences to promote human dignity;

  • From ethnical and racial discrimination to the integration of culturally-bound values;

  • Conflict management and conflict resolution in the respect for human rights;

  • Educational methodologies for teaching the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.


 
For further information:  http:/www.corsi.ws/corsi-13.htm


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Ecco il video presentato da "Momentum for Change" su iniziativa dell' UNEP intitolato "Climate Heroes: Stories of Change".

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