UNESCO Chair on Education for Human Rights and Peace, Grèce
Date de commencement/
Social psychology and peace
Each session lasts three to four hours. The number of sessions is arranged every time with the participating schools.
Orientation de fond
éducation aux droits de l'homme
droits économiques, sociaux et culturels
Elèves du primaire
Elèves du secondaire
Formation continue ou
Droits de l’homme incorporés au cursus
Exercises of experiential learning and role-playing games taken from relevant publications of the UN, UNESCO, UNICEF and other international organizations.
The Interdisciplinary Youth Team of the UNESCO Chair and the Institute of Education for Peace in collaboration with teachers of primary and secondary education.
Objectives: The Programme aims at making the pupils aware of basic concepts of Human Rights and Peace. The main themes of the exercises of experiential learning are for the children to learn to co-operate, to develop conscience of their interdependence, to have an insight of the causes that lead to conflicts and to search for ways of resolving conflicts creatively. The educational material used has been taken from relevant publications of the UN, UNESCO, UNICEF and other international organizations. The implementation of the intervention (from the preparation of the educational material to its application) is assigned to the Interdisciplinary Youth Team of the UNESCO Chair, coming from various Schools of the Aristotle University.
The programme is implemented by the Interdisciplinary Youth Team of the UNESCO Chair.
All the members of the Interdisciplinary Youth Team of the UNESCO Chair carry out these educational interventions on a voluntary basis.
Le programme a-t-il été évalué?
Description de l’évaluation
The Programme has not been directly evaluated, however, the Chair considers the following as an indirect, positive evaluation:
(a) The enthusiastic support of the activities by the Interdisciplinary Youth Team of the Chair;
(b) The collaboration with the Institute of Education for Peace;
(c) Good networking within the academic community, and with important and influential to society at large institutions (such as the Public School Systems).