HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION REVIEW - Vol. 6 No. 1 (2023) is available online


The Editors of Human Rights Education Review are pleased to announce that Vol. 6 No. 1 (2023) has been published and available online at




How might we better educate for justice and peace? 1-8 

Audrey Osler, Suzanne Egan, Helen Hanna, Rachel Shanks, Christian Stokke 


Research articles 

Learning languages of hope and advocacy – human rights perspectives in language education for sustainable development 9-29   

Ricardo Römhild


How research into citizenship education at university might enable transformative human rights education 30-51 

Piers von Berg


International organizations and human rights education curriculum reform 52-71

Kerim Sen


Human rights education implementation in Turkish teacher education: faculty members’ and teacher candidates’ views 72-94 

Faramarz Yaşar Abedi, Seval Fer


Enabling grass roots activism and human rights-based education for sustainability: case studies of Australian youth organisations 95-115 

Genevieve Hall, Libby Tudball


Youth digital activism, social media and human rights education: the Fridays for Future movement 116-136

Gabriela Martinez Sainz, Amy Hanna


Book and media reviews 

Giving future generations human rights 137-140 

Rhian Croke


Appraising youth participation in Ireland 140-144 

Amy Hanna


Revisiting ‘voice’ in early childhood education 145-149

Carmel Ward



In memoriam Betty Reardon (1929-2023) 150

Nancy Flowers



Reviewer acknowledgments 2022 151-153


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