Nbr. 103, September - September 2015
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- Introduction: radical teaching about human rights.
- The global movement for human rights education.
- Teaching the transformative agenda of the universal declaration of human rights.
- Teaching progress: a critique of the grand narrative of human rights as pedagogy for marginalized students.
- Teaching human rights from below: towards solidarity, resistance and social justice.
- Teaching the history of human rights and "humanitarian" interventions.
- Reading the "outsider within": counter-narratives of human rights in black women's fiction.
- Bringing Human Rights Education to U.S. Classrooms: Exemplary Models from Elementary Grades to University.
- A Critical Inquiry Framework for K-12 Teachers: Lessons and Resources from the U.N. Rights of the Child.
- Teaching the declaration of human rights.
- News for educational workers.
- Contributors' notes.