The following educational resources for Human Rights Education have been created with members of AHEAD or with the collaboration of the association.
LA MALETA REFUGI (Right to Asylum: Everybody Could Be a Refugee) is a toolbox which gathers pedagogical activities to be used in different educational stages in order to fight rumours and stereotypes against refugees, and to contribute to a better inclusion of such community. In order to reach its aims, the activities promote values through an experiential learning approach and a critical vision towards the reasons that cause the fleeing into which many persons are forced into.
Material edited by the Catalan Commission for Refugee Support (2017). Authors: Montse Lòpez & Elena Díez Villagrasa
CIUTATS DEEFENSORES DELS DRETS HUMANS (Cities Defending Human Rights): Educational Activities is a toolbox for learning about Human Rights with young people, as well as developing skills and attitudes for the promotion and defence of Human Rights.
Ciutats Defensores dels Drets Humans is a project coordinated by the Catalan Cooperation for Development Fund, with the participation of Catalan municipalities and other institutions. The project is aiming at spreading the word about the work by Human Right defenders among the citizens of the cities involved, as well as raising awareness of the importance of integrating the defence of Human Rights among our daily tasks. The toolbox of the last three years is available.
Authors: Montse López Amat & Elena Díez Villagrasa
The ANNA LINDH EDUCATION HANDBOOK ON INTERCULTURAL CITIZENSHIP IN THE EURO-MEDITERRANEAN REGION is the first of its kind, developed during 3 years by educators from the Mediterranean region and Europe. It is a tool to support learning with young people focused on the knowledge and skills to play an active role in civic life at the local and international level.
The Handbook, edited by the Anna Lindh Foundation, covers both theoretical and practical aspects of intercultural citizenship learning, including practical case-studies from across the Mediterranean region. The team of authors includes: Leonce Bekemans, Tarak Mahdhaoui, Miquel Essomba, Farah Cherif D’Quezzan, Miguel Silva, Steven Stegers, Haifa Sabbagh and Xavier Baró, member of AHEAD.
This entry point for youth workers, educators, youth leaders and practitioners interested in promoting gender equality in youth work.
Through the proposed guidelines, thematic materials and educational tools, the portal aims at generating reflection and critical thinking for those organisations already addressing gender in their youth work and those searching for encouragement and support to start this process.
THE OTHERS is the online tool with activities for Human Rights Education within the frame of a role game. The activities of the toolbox were created in a meeting that took place in Seixal - Portugal by different social and educational workers and members from all partner organizations. Afterwards these activities were implemented in the 4 countries - the activities and the results can be seen in the website. Activities were translated into the languages of all participants involved: English, Portuguese, Arabic, Catalan and Spanish.
The online Wiki Toolbox is the result of a long- term project lead by the youth organisation Rato - ADCC from Portugal, in partnership with AHEAD, along with Egypt Foundation for Youth and Development from Egypt i l'Institute of Leadership Excellence from Jordan. The project was funded by Anna Lindh Foundation .