Welcome to OHCHR's Database on Human Rights Education and Training !
This database, which constitutes a contribution to the
World Programme for Human Rights Education (2005-ongoing),
aims to facilitate information-sharing on resources available worldwide for
human rights education and training. Information is accessible in three
United Nations languages: English, French and Spanish.
The database provides information on:
> institutions which offer human rights education and training programmes
and/or produce education and training materials. They include academic institutes,
research centres, non-governmental organizations as well as intergovernmental organizations
working at the international, regional and national level;
> programmes which foster human rights learning, including trainings,
degree programmes, short and summer courses, conferences, seminars and funding
opportunities such as scholarships and fellowships;
> human rights education and training materials which include manuals,
trainers’ guides, textbooks, curricula and other pedagogical tools, reports of related
conferences and seminars as well as reference materials (bibliographies and directories)
and audiovisuals. The materials can be found through the OHCHR Library catalogue
OHCHR Library Catalogue
where they can be searched.
The database is constantly updated and we welcome your contributions
on relevant items for inclusion. Click on Fill the forms and submit your institutions, programmes and materials on the left column to
submit information on institutions, programmes and materials. For institutions and programmes,
you may submit directly online. For materials, please fill out the form and either email,
fax or mail it back to us at our address below.
We welcome your feedback on the programmes you may have participated in. On each
programme entry page, you will find space for Evaluation where you can share your
experience with regard to the programme. Please note that evaluations are for
OHCHR’s internal use only.
Please note that the inclusion of institutions, programmes and materials in the OHCHR database
does not imply that they are endorsed or recommended by OHCHR.
For any other queries or comments, please contact: