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  The Arab Institute for Human Rights (AIHR) is looking to perform an action-oriented participatory study on the status of civil society organizations (CSOs) in Egypt including case studies from the country on strategies, dynamics, trends and...
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  Suite au crime odieux perpétré hier au siège du journal Charlie Hebdo à Paris par l'assassinat de 12 personnes innocentes, l'Institut arabe des droits de l'homme, condamne fermement cet acte terroriste et exprime son entière solidarité...
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  Tunis, September 11th, 2013 Mr. Abdel Basset Ben Hassan Chairman of the Arab Institute for Human Rights received today, the Director of Peace, Democracy and Human Rights in the International Organization for Francophony, l'Organisation...
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  Tunis, 10 April 2013 This morning a partnership agreement was signed by Mr. Abdelbasset Ben Hassan, President of the Arab Institute for Human Rights and Mr. Adel Ben Yaklaf Director of the Center for training and supporting decentralization...
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  Tunis, March the 07th, 2013 The text of the Message of the Arab Institute for Human Rights to the national and international Public Opinion on the occasion of Women's Day. «The entire and effective equality means a victory for the...
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  Human Rights on the big screen in Tunisia First session related to the days of «Rights and Freedom Cinema» Thala – El Kef - Tunis From the 16th to the 24th, March 2013. Tunisia, February 16th, 2013 The Africa and Mediterranean...
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The Arab Institute for Human Rights, the Institute of Press and Information Sciences and Konrad Adenauer Foundation organized yesterday, Wednesday February the 27th, 2013, a dialogue meeting. This later was attended by the parties that signed the...
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  The Arab Institute for Human Rights launched on February 25th in Paris, the International Campaign to sign «Tunisia Pact of Rights and Freedom» under the motto: «Defend freedom and sign the Tunisia Pact for Rights and Freedom» with the...
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The first pilot club of education to citizenship and Human rights
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  December 20th, 2012. Tunis,
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MESSAGE OF THE ARAB INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS TO THE NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC OPINION ON...
FIRST SESSION RELATED TO THE DAYS OF «RIGHTS AND FREEDOM CINEMA».
PARTICIPANTS IN THE DIALOGUE MEETING ON: «DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES OF PEACEFUL CONDUCT BETWEEN...
LAUNCH OF THE INTERNATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR «TUNISIA PACT OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOM».
LAUNCH OF THE FIRST PILOT CLUB OF EDUCATION TO CITIZENSHIP AND HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION
THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF A PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE ARAB INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE...
Launch of the first Pilot Club of Education to Citizenship and Human Rights Education
The first pilot club of education to citizenship and Human rights
opened, on Tuesday morning, November 27th, 2012 at about eight a.m, at the «Bab Khalid» primary school in the Mellassine neighbourhood.
Such inauguration which began after the Flag Greeting was attended by the Minister of Education Mr. Abdellatif Abid, representatives of members of the working group of the United Nations Bodies, a number of experts from the Arab Institute for Human Rights and a number of educators and parents.
This project was implemented in partnership with the Ministry of Education and in collaboration with six of the bodies of the United Nations as well as the Tunisian League for the Defense of Human Rights.
General framework:
The project of establishing «Civic Education and Human Rights Clubs», illustrates the Chapter III of the Agreement between the Ministry of Education and the Arab Institute for Human Rights in 2011; in which the two parties seek to set up a National Strategy for Citizenship Education. Such project that is implemented in collaboration with the Tunisian League for the Defense of Human Rights and six United Nations Agencies within the framework of the «Working Group for Citizenship Education» which the High Commissioner for Human Rights UNDP, UNESCO , the United Nations Fund for Population, the High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and UNICEF; aimed to renew pedagogical process in the field of Citizenship Education within the school environment and to enable primary and secondary learners to get involved in public life at the local level.
Vision:
Transfer knowledge about democracy that is linked to the social context and spread the values and principles of Human Rights and Citizenship among educated youth, by using participatory pedagogy oriented to Citizenship Projects.
Expected Results:
Set up and activate twenty-four of Citizenship and Human Rights Clubs in seven Tunisian regions at the end of 2013, which will be able to develop completed citizenship projects by involved young people.
Objectives:
➢ Expand the participation of young people in public life through concrete Citizenship Projects achieved at school and in partnership with the actors in the local civil society.
➢ Reinforce the capacity of teachers in promoting the values of civil commitment to Human Rights in the school environment.
➢ Strengthen the relations between the educational institutions and various actors in the civil society.
Clubs Map according to regions:
The Project starts by setting up seven Pilot Clubs of Education to Citizenship and Human Rights Education in primary schools, junior high schools and high schools in seven different regions distributed over the entire territory of the Tunisian Republic.
They are as follows:
➢ Tunis district
➢ North-east
➢ North -west
➢ Mid-east
➢ Mid-west
➢ South-east
➢ South-west
Criteria for the selection of clubs:
A set of criteria were adopted for the selection of the institutions and the regions that embrace the Pilot Clubs; among them equity, social justice and social, economic and cultural fragility of the youth.
Drawing workshops in primary schools in the City of Tataouine; within the framework of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 63rd anniversary celebration.
 
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