Evaluating Human Rights Training Activities: A Handbook for Human Rights Educators
01 January 2011
Human rights education
This Handbook is primarily for human rights educators working with different adult learners in non-formal education contexts. The learners may include for example: non-governmental organization and community-based organization staff, government officials, staff of national human rights institutions, staff of international organizations, teachers, community leaders and community members. The Handbook aims to serve as a helpful resource for all human rights educators, including those who have little or no experience in educational evaluation as well as those who have practical experience in evaluating human rights training activities but who may not have formal training in the area of educational evaluation. The goal of the Handbook is to support the evaluation work of human rights educators working with adult learners by developing their competencies in the theory and practice of educational evaluation.
Published jointly with Equitas - International Centre for Human Rights Education