HREA / Education and training in support of human rights worldwide HREA archive
Learning Centre Resource Centre Networks
Spanish French Russian Russian German Portuguese Italian Chinese Arabic
DARE seminar on using technology in education for democracy

Amsterdam, 26 April 2004 -- The recently established Democracy and Human Rights Education in Europe (DARE) Network concluded its first year of activities with a very successful seminar for its members on information and communication technologies (ICTs). Staff members from HREA, Anywize, D@dalos, Instituut voor Publiek en Politiek, Sonnenberg Kreis e.V., and VORMEN facilitated hands-on workshops on effective use of search engines, e-learning, web design, possibilities of using ICTs in education, hate on the Internet, e-democracy, and "netiquette", among other topics.

HREA's Deputy Director Frank Elbers facilitates workshop on e-learning
During the seminar, which took place in Budapest (Hungary) from 22-24 April, HREA's Deputy Director Frank Elbers facilitated workshops on e-learning and web design. He also presented the first templates of the DARE website; maintenance of the website is one of HREA's responsibilities in the network.

HREA is represented on the Board of DARE and will be organising a European conference on the UN Decade for Human Rights Education in December as part of DARE's activities.







Bookmark and Share
HREA Trainings
HREA Publications
Join Our Email List