Human Rights Education Review - Vol 3 No 1 (2020) available online

2020-06-24

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The Editors of Human Rights Education Review are pleased to announce that Vol 3(1) is now available online. Please register at https://humanrer.org/index.php/human/user/register for future updates. HRER is an open access journal with no charges to either readers or authors.  

 

HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION REVIEW - VOLUME 3(1) (2020) ISSN 2535-5406

Editorial

Human rights education, Covid19 and the politics of hope 1-7

Audrey Osler

Christian Stokke

 

Research articles

Human rights teaching: snapshots from four countries 8-30

Carole L Hahn 

Learning to belong? An analysis of Germany’s migrant orientation programme from an HRE perspective. 31-48

Nicholas Stone

Balancing teacher power and children’s rights: rethinking the use of picturebooks in multicultural primary schools in England 49-68

Stefan Kucharczyk & Helen Hanna

Art, human rights activism and a pedagogy of sensibility: the São Paulo Human Rights Short Films Festival-Entretodos 69-90

Eduardo C.B. Bittar

 

Book and media reviews

From failed citizenship to functioning citizenship: a challenging agenda for human rights education 91-94

Hugh Starkey

The ‘special framing of hindsight’: teaching the unthinkable in HRE 95-98

Gillian Klein

Joy as a pedagogical tool for critical human rights education 99-102

Gabriela Martínez Sainz

 

Reviewer acknowledgments

Reviewer acknowledgements Vol. 2 103-105