The Oxford Human Rights Hub has published its first Human Rights Workbook on the topic of the Right to Education. The OxHRH Workbook is designed to provide an introduction to an important topic in human rights law for students aged 16-18 who may not have studied any law, but it can be used by anyone interested in learning about human rights and equality issues. Accessibly written in plain English, and accompanied by an Answers Booklet and Lesson Plans, the Workbook facilitates both teacher-led and self-guided study.
The OxHRH Workbook is especially well-suited to support initiatives focussed on outreach and access to higher education. Use of the Workbook in teacher-led sessions will be piloted at the UNIQ Law Summer School in 2023.
The OxHRH Workbook on the Right to Education, Answers Booklet and Lesson Plans can be accessed here:
OxHRH Workbook on the Right to Education
OxHRH Workbook on the Right to Education – Answers Booklet
OxHRH Workbook on the Right to Education – Lesson Plans
The Workbook and associated materials were prepared by Natasha Holcroft-Emmess (DPhil Candidate, Oxford University; Research Director, Oxford Human Rights Hub), Meghan Campbell (Reader, Birmingham University; Deputy Director, Oxford Human Rights Hub), and Sandra Fredman (Professor of the Laws of the British Commonwealth and USA, Oxford University; Director, Oxford Human Rights Hub).
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