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HREA and Amnesty publish manual on service-learning

Cambridge, 15 May 2007 -- HREA and Amnesty International have jointly published a manual on human rights and service learning. Service learning is a method whereby students learn by doing voluntary service in their communities. This programming is usually coordinated between a formal education institution and community based agencies. Service learning fosters civic responsibility and is integrated into and within the academic curriculum of the learners.

Human Rights and Service Learning Manual The manual contains lessons and suggested service-learning projects. Five human rights topics are explored: the environment, poverty, discrimination, children's rights to education and health, and law and justice. To learn more about service learning, download sample lesson plans, or to subscribe to our "human rights and service learning" listserv - visit HREA's website on service learning.








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