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Education a la citoyennete et aux droits de l’homme: Manuel pour les jeunes en Mauritanie

This manual's primary objective is to provide an accessible, usable and useful tool for educators, facilitators, trainers and teachers involved in educational activities with young people so that they can raise awarenss curiosity about citizenship, common values and rule of law.

Courses / trainings
Intercultural Dialogue for the Management of Territorial Conflicts

This MOOC will address different theoretical-practical concepts, methodological tools and experiences on cultural diversity, multiculturalism, interculturality, territorial conflicts and conflict management.

Publications
Education for Intercultural Understanding. Reorienting Teacher Education to Address Sustainable Development: Guidelines and Tools

This collection of teaching and learning materials was released within the series of UNESCO Bangkok publications “Reorienting Teacher Education to Address Sustainable Development: Guidelines and Tools”. The publication offers approaches designed to for promoting sustainable development concepts, intercultural understanding and peace culture through education.

Courses / trainings
Intercultural Communication Resource Package

This Resource Pack is meant to be a practical toolkit for youth work in the context of intercultural communication. It contains a set of tools and methods for youth activities, some personal insights of other youth workers involved in intercultural communication projects as well as theoretical inputs and references for further work in this area. Further material avaiable on the website

Courses / trainings
O Diario de Amanha

O Diario de Amanha (Tomorrow’s Daily Newspaper) is an online game on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It is an innovative tool to be used in the classroom, which interprets, in a light and creative way, what is expressed in the Universal Declaration. The game helps to clarify, disseminate and engage students in the defense of human rights.

Courses / trainings
The Cultural Diversity Lens: A practical Tool to Integrate culture in Development. Pedagogical guide

The Lens was designed to create awareness of cultural dimensions, issues, and factors in development programmes. It proposes an analytical framework with questions in five thematic areas (Context of the programme, Diversity of perspectives, Access and participation, Cultural heritage, Economics of culture and creativity), providing a step-by-step method for analyzing programmes in the light of cultural diversity.

Publications
Philosophy Manual: A South-South Perspective

Through the promotion of South-South intellectual and philosophical dialogue, this manual seeks to encourage the development of diverse views by supporting and promoting the often little-known philosophical traditions of the metaphorical “South”. By providing educational resources aimed at teaching young people about the diversity of philosophical thought, the manual serves as an innovative and high-quality tool for young people in secondary and higher education, and in non-formal education. Further language version (French, Arabic, Spanish) can be found on the website.

Publications
Education for Intercultural Understanding. Best Practice Series

Numerous resources collected since 2006 in cooperation with UNESCO Member States in the Asia-Pacific region can be used to encourage educators, scholars and activists to implement and share local educational initiatives on intercultural understanding.

Courses / trainings
Compass: Manual for Human Rights Education with Young People

This is a manual for human rights education with young people. Further material available on the website.

Publications
Third Collection of Good Practices: Intercultural Dialogue in Support of Quality Education

The good practices in favour of intercultural dialogue shared in this collection shed valuable light on the capacity, effectiveness and strength of schools around the world to contribute to the development and pursuit of intercultural dialogue. The majority of the experiences shared took place in UNESCO Associated Schools, which frequently faced the common problems of lack of resources, heavy workloads for teachers and limited time for innovation and experimentation.