UNESCO Chair on Education for Human Rights and Peace, Grecia
Institución de financiación
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Grecia
Programas de formación
Fecha de inicio del programa
Education for peace and human rights : the social-psychological approach
One academic semester.
derecho humanitario internacional
derechos económicos, sociales y culturales
Formación continuada o
UNESCO Programmes on Education for Human Rights and Peace: Towards a Culture of Peace; International Institutions and the Peaceful Settlement of Disputes; Children's Rights; Interaction of Man and Spatial Environment; Forms of Non violence and Peace Research; Women and Citizenship; Dimensions of democracy and equality in Education; The New Genetics and Bioethics in the year 2000; The right to religious Freedom and Equality; International Protection of Cultural Heritage, etc.
DH incorporados en el curriculum
Lectures, workshops, essay writing.
Professor Dimitra Papadopoulou, UNESCO Chairholder.
Objectives: a) To provide students with basic knowledge on human rights, democracy, peace and world problems; b) To provide students with basic knowledge regarding International Instruments, IGOs and NGOs and their role in the above mentioned issues; c) To sensitize future scientists and decision-makers on issues regarding human rights and their violation and on contemporary world problems; d) To emphasize the fact that the above mentioned issues can be approached and faced only in an interdisciplinary manner.
The programme is carried out at the national level. Frequency: both academic semesters, every academic year since 1986.
Ha sido evaluado el programa?
Descripción de la evaluación
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).