Felisa Tibbitts

Felisa Tibbitts Bibliography:


Video:
     Teaching for Social Transformation: Approaches to Human Rights Education in India, Lebanon, and Turkey, Harvard Graduate School of Education;  April 21, 2011.
     Human Rights Education and Setting Learner Objectives, Human Rights Education Workshop: Training HRE Trainers;  August 6, 2009.
     Human Rights Education and International Practice: HRE Definition, HRE International Movement and the Human Rights-based Approach, Human Rights Education Workshop: Training HRE Trainers;  August 6, 2009.

Carr Working Papers Series:
     Improving the Protection of Civilians in Situations of Armed Conflict;”  May 1, 2011.

Books:
     Guidelines on Human Rights Education for Secondary School Systems,” OSCE, Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights;  September 24, 2012.
     French Translation: Human Rights Education in the School Systems of Europe, Central Asia and North America: A Compendium of Good Practice,” ODIHR/OSCE, OHCHR, Council of Europe, UNESCO;  November 8, 2011.
     Community-Based Paralegals: A Practitioner's Guide,” Open Society Foundations;  December 1, 2010.
     Human Rights Education in the School Systems of Europe, Central Asia and North America: A Compendium of Good Practice,” ODIHR/OSCE, OHCHR, Council of Europe, UNESCO;  January 1, 2009.

Book Chapters:
     “Human Rights in Academia: The NGO Link” in Bildung, Menschenrechte, Universitat, Drava Verlag Klagenfurt;  December 4, 2012.
     Human Rights Education” in Encyclopedia of Peace Education, Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC;  November 1, 2008.


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