Human Rights Education: Community Based Approaches and Holistic Development in Africa
The article explores human rights education in a context of community based approaches that embrace the concept of holistic development in Africa. It argues that human rights education must critically engage with communities on historical, political, cultural, social, economic, environmental and technological factors. Community based approaches will refer to different ways in which African communities learn such through music, making songs, dance, movements, poems, clapping, art, theatre and stories.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Human Rights Education Centre - Southern Africa
Publication date: 2010-01-01
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