How do we participate in the United Nations Human Rights Council? (interactive)
Civil society and citizens have the right to interact with the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Do you want to participate in your meetings? Do you want to provide information for the drafting of a report? Do you want to report a specific case of human rights violations or invite experts to the city of each one?
This interactive explains the steps to follow if you want to interact.
Cities for Rights (exhibition)
Exhibition that includes 24 examples of good practices for the accomplishment of human rights of 23 local entities in Europe. Experiences are included in the various principles of the chart:
- Right to city, equality and non-discrimination (protection to the most vulnerable groups ...), civil and political rights of proximity (political participation, information ...)
- rights related to local administration (public services, transparency)
- or the mechanisms for guaranteeing proximity human rights (proximity police, local law enforcement officers, etc.)
OTHER AWARENESS RAISING RESSOURCES
Manual El Petit Compàs (CAT): A manual aimed at educational professionals, from both the area of formal education and the entities that work using informal educational methods intended to offer guidance and ideas on how to work on knowledge, tools and attitudes for the knowledge, protection and defence of human rights. This is a translation and adaptation of the education manual on human rights from the Council of Europe that the community of educators in the European area have been successfully using over the last few years.
Material published by AHEAD: Association of Educators in Human Rights
Maleta refugi (CAT): A collection of educational tools and resources for various educational stages, to combat the main rumours against and stereotypes of refugees and contribute to encouraging the inclusion of this collective in our society. It is also aimed at debunking discriminatory and xenophobic speeches appearing in some municipalities and at promoting solidarity and justice attitudes.
Material published by the Catalan Commission for Refugee Aid (2017). Authors: Montse Lòpez and Elena Díez Villagrasa
Cities Defending Human Rights (CAT): This is a project coordinated by the Catalan Development Cooperation Fund, with Catalan municipalities and other institutions taking part. The project is aimed at introducing the work being carried out by human rights defenders to all the residents of the participant municipalities while raising awareness of the need to integrate the defence of human rights in our daily work. This link provides you with a dossier of educational files intended as a box containing important learning tools for acquiring knowledge on humans rights and enabling, above all, young people to develop the skills and attitudes needed for promoting and championing human rights.
Material promoted by the Catalan Development Cooperation Fund. Author: Montse López Amat
Human Rights. Educational directory (CAT): Directory of educational material prepared for the purposes of providing teachers and lecturers with educational material to facilitate their educational work on human rights in four specific areas: prisoners of conscience, the death penalty, torture and fair trials.
Material published by the Educational Group at Amnesty International Catalonia
Education for peace files (CAT): A selection of suitable dynamics and games for working on Education for Peace. These are activities that are especially suitable for leisure educational centres (youth clubs, groups, civic centres etc.) and for schools.
Material published by Fundipau.