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12.12.2012.

Human Rights and Democracy in Action - Looking Ahead


 

Conference “Human Rights and Democracy in Action - Looking Ahead” brought together in Strasbourg on 29 and 30 November about 200 participants, including governments, civil society organisations, international institutions and education professionals. They discussed how democracy and human rights can be promoted through education, with the help of the Council of Europe Charter on education for democratic citizenship and human rights education. 
 
Promotion and implementation of the Charter has been much stronger in relation to certain EDC/HRE areas over others. The strongest promotion in terms of objectives, principles and practices has been in formal education (primary, lower and upper secondary) and in vocational education and training. There has been less strong promotion in higher education and youth and non-formal education to date. It is of concern that Cultural Convention States suggest that the review cycle should focus going forward on EDC/HRE areas where promotion and implementation is already strong at the expense of areas where promotion and implementation remains weaker. This suggests a focus on formal education, vocational education and training and training, rather than on research, evaluation and monitoring and the role of NGOs, youth organisations and other stakeholders. There is a considerable danger that the focused approach that Cultural Convention States support to 2017 will lead to an imbalance in the promotion and implementation of the Charter. It will leave certain articles of the Charter better supported, promoted and reviewed than others. This is a potentially serious scenario which, if left unchecked over time, could undermine the scope and ambition of the present Charter. 



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