RESOURCE: Human Rights Education Associates Launches New Network
Human Rights Education Associates (HREA) has recently launched the Global Human Rights Education Network. This information and advocacy network promotes learning and training in the field of human rights.
Membership is open to all organizations that support the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and that are involved in education and training activities promoting the human rights framework.
This is not a disability-specific initiative. However, people involved in the field of disability rights might wish to use the network to learn about general good practices in human rights that may be helpful in the disability field. Participating in the network might also be an opportunity to educate other human rights specialists about the linkages between disability rights and other human rights.
Individuals or organizations interested in joining the Global Human Rights Education Network can access their online application form at
We Can Do learned about this network through the Disabled People International (DPI) email newsletter.
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