Education for the Prevention of Crimes against Humanity – FREE FOR MEMBERS

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Education for the Prevention of Crimes against Humanity is the third booklet published by Learn to Change. It explores some of the issues associated with educating young people to prevent Crimes against Humanity, exploring not only what these are, but how easily people can be swayed to commit acts of violence, and activities to get young people to reflect on their values and ensuring these align with their actions.

  • A brief introduction to the topic, including the components of competences, i.e. the attitudes, skills, knowledge and understanding, that the activities aim to develop;
  • The description of a 6-hour training session consisting of expected learning outcomes and sequenced activities (going from ice breaking to evaluation), including continuous debriefing of what is being learnt throughout the session;
  • The complete set of handouts, task sheets and other materials needed for the training session.

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Description

The L2C Resource Series has you in mind as a reader. In this series we propose approaches for developing democratic practices and holistic learning, in a way that addresses the learner’s head, heart and hands.

The activities and methods in the booklets can be used in all sorts of contexts, be it schools, higher education, professional development… These approaches have been tried and tested in real-life situations, with real people of all ages and walks of life. We share them now in our series to support educators in their efforts to learn to change and change to learn.

All booklets in the Learn to Change series are free of charge for L2C members. We invite you to join L2C and gain free access to this booklet and other resources here.

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