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|December 19, 2011||UN General Assembly adopts Declaration on Human Rights Education and Training. The adoption of this new Declaration offers educators and policy makers an occasion to reassess national policies and priorities in the light of international standards.
|December 11, 2011||Doha, Qatar: Felisa Tibbitts, Carr Center Fellow, presented during the Opening Session of the UN Alliance of Civilizations Forum "How does cultural diversity matter to development." Her four-minute presentation begins 50 minutes into the UN webcast.|
|December 3, 2011||The Security and Human Rights weblog of the Netherlands Helsinki Committee features a contribution by Carr Center Fellow Felisa Tibbitts on the recent OSCE/ODIHR Supplementary Human Dimensions meeting to tackle racism and xenophobia in Europe.
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|November 20, 2011||Felisa Tibbitts, Carr Center Fellow, co-moderated the workshop "Empowering children through learning: democratic citizenship and human rights education" at the Council of Europe conference on the 2012-2015 Strategy for the Rights of the Child, which took place in Monaco 20-21 November.|
|November 14, 2011||Felisa Tibbitts, Carr Center Fellow, moderated the session on "Education for Tolerance and Mutual Respect and Understanding" at the OSCE Supplementary Human Dimension Meeting on Prevention of Racism, Xenophobia and Hate Crimes through Educational and Awareness-Raising Activities, which took place in Vienna on November 10-11.|
|September 21, 2011||Attendance exceeded expectations at the recent 'Building a Strategy for Human Rights Education in U.S. Schools' conference. Coordinated by Carr Center Fellow and leader of the Center's new Human Rights Education Initiative, Felisa Tibbitts, the two-day event brought together over 70 educators, students, union representatives, scholars and policymakers to discuss strategies for promoting human rights in the U.S. schooling system. At the conclusion of the conference, attendees agreed to initiate a new human rights education network in the U.S. and an initial Steering Committee was formed.|