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Human Rights Training for Government Officials: Lessons from the Canadian Experience

作者:Megda J. Seydegart, Partner, South House Exchange, Canada / Edward T. Jackson, Associate Professor, Public Policy and Administration and International Affairs, Carleton University, Canada

摘要:

Canada’s history of human rights implementation is well respected, but its rich innovation and accomplishments are not as widely described or particularly well-known. As the country’s laws and needs have evolved, human rights educators have developed training programs to build the skills and knowledge capacities necessary to implement human rights legislation and policy. This work has occurred inside the government apparatus at various levels, in universities, and in civil society organizations. This paper will examine some of the lessons learned in the Canadian experience, and will offer a case study to bring some of these lessons to life.

Keywords
human rights training for governmental officials, human rights education, Canadian experience


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