The principles of human rights education aim to promote dignity, tolerance and peace, by educating individuals and groups to respect, defend and advocate for their rights.
According to the UN resolution of November, 2011 human rights education means, “a lifelong process by which people at all levels of development and in all Strata of Society learn respect for the dignity of others and the means and methods of ensuring that respect in all societies. Accordingly it appealed to all countries to impart Human Rights Education starting from elementary level.
Hence people living in the society have to discharge their duties with sincerity at all times without any deviation. Such practices will promote the freedom of all and could transform a society to achieve its objectives. This being the concern of Human Rights Education, impartation of it results in, to achieve the principles of democracy, rule of law, and social justice. Further, it will help to establish peace and security. It also further enables us to achieve an all round socio-economic, political and sustainability.
Introduction to Human Rights and Duties - Book
Human Rights of Vulnerable and Disadvantaged Group - Book II
Regulations regarding the Human Rights Education Programme
Syllabus of Human Rights Education Programme