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3rd Human Rights Education Symposium Lucerne 2016

Welcome to the website of the 3rd Human Rights Education Symposium Lucerne.

The Human Rights Education Symposium Lucerne 2016 took place on Saturday, the 16th April 2016 at the Uni/PH Building in Lucerne and addressed the topic "Human Rights and Professional Training". The Symposium was supported by the Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training SFIVET.

 

 

 

 

 

12th IHRF 2019: Call for Papers / Blog

Would you like to actively participate in the 12th IHRF 2019?

It is possible to submit your own ideas, best practices and case studies on the topic of "Human Rights and Digital Transformation - what does this mean for children and young people 4.0? Challenges for schools and education?

Call for Papers

The 12th IHRF 2019 will take place from 16 - 18 May 2019. We are looking for leaders for Exchange workshops (basic information on the topic) and for training workshops (good practices - applications and implementation in practice).Have you already dealt with, published or researched the forum topic? Can you imagine contributing to the 12th IHRF 2019? We will be happy to receive your documents with best practices, suggestions or case studies dealing with the guiding theme "Human Rights and Digital Transformation".

Possible questions would be:

  • What are the opportunities and risks of digital transformation for education and schools - keywords: access to education, possession of digital data, control and monitoring of teaching and learning processes?
  • What skills do children and young people need to learn in education and training today with regard to human rights and digital transformation? What skills are needed?
  • What (human rights) challenges do teachers face with regard to digital transformation and how can they specifically support children and young people?
  • How must the education and training system innovate in the course of digital transformation?
  • What does digital education look like today and what does this mean for the implementation and enforcement of human and children's rights and for human rights education?
  • How can new digital tools and methods be integrated into human rights education?
  • What does digital transformation mean for education from a child rights perspective? Where do technologies promote or violate child rights claims?

Abstracts with a maximum of 300 words including name, institutional affiliation and contact details should be sent to the following address by Friday, 31 August 2018 with the subject line "12th IHRF 2019 - Call for Papers": nadine.walder @ phlu.ch.

All submitted abstracts will be evaluated by the IHRF team. Please indicate which preference your contribution has: whether you would like to run an Exchange workshop or a training workshop. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are pleased about Your participation.

Call for Blog

Do you have no time to participate in the 12th IHRF 2019 and still want to contribute to the topic? The ZMRB has launched a blog and the IHRF offers the opportunity to publish guest article on the topic of the 12th IHRF 2019.

If you are interested in publishing a guest article on the topic of the 12th IHRF 2019, please contact Sarah Suter, Responsible for Media & Online Marketing at sarah.suter @ phlu.ch. Suggestions for guest articles will be accepted on an ongoing basis.

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12th International Human Rights Forum (IHRF) 2019

Human Rights and Digital Transformation

What does this mean for children and young people 4.0? Challenges for schools and education.
16 - 18 May 2019

Digitization and the digital transformation have penetrated almost all societies and generations today and have already led to disruptions in many areas. This means not only new challenges for education and human rights, but also exciting opportunities that should be included in the human rights education debate. Within this framework, the Centre for Human Rights Education (ZMRB) of the University of Teacher Education (PH Luzern) is planning the 12th International Human Rights Forum Lucerne (IHRF) 2019 on the topic "Human Rights and Digital Transformation - what does this mean for children and young people 4.0? Challenges for schools and education" from 16-18 May 2019.

Among other things, the 12th IHRF would like to put the following questions to the public for discussion:

  • What are the opportunities and risks of digital transformation for education and schools - keywords: access to education, possession of digital data, control and monitoring of teaching and learning processes?
  • What skills do children and young people need to learn in education and training today with regard to human rights and digital transformation? What skills are needed?
  • What (human rights) challenges do teachers face with regard to digital transformation and how can they specifically support children and young people?
  • How must the education and training system innovate in the course of digital transformation?
  • What does digital education look like and what does this mean for the implementation and enforcement of human and children's rights and for human rights education?
  • How can new digital tools and methods be integrated into human rights education?
  • What does digital transformation mean for education from a child rights perspective? Where do technologies promote or violate child rights claims?

The programme for the 12th IHRF 2019 and information on registration will be announced from autumn/winter 2018.
Interested parties can also contact us now at ihrf @ phlu.ch.

Further information is also regularly published on the ZMRB blog.

We are already looking forward to meeting you in Lucerne!

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SPEAK TRUTH TO POWER: Dialog mit Gábor Gombos

Schulklassen und Studierende diskutieren mit Gábor Gombos

Am 16. März 2018 findet von 14.00 bis 15.30 Uhr im Uni/PH-Gebäude, Hörsaal 4 ein Dialog für Schulklassen und Studierende mit Gábor Gombos (*1961, Ungarn) statt. Er ist einer der in der Ausstellung porträtierten Menschenrechtsaktivisten. Gábor Gombos setzt sich gegen die Diskriminierung psychisch Erkrankter ein und hat für seinen unermüdlichen Einsatz verschiedene Auszeichnungen erhalten.

Anmeldungen an: nadine.walder@phlu.ch.

 

 

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