Recently the Armenian Constitutional Right-Protective Centre (ACRPC) hosted Ms. Armine Haladjian, Head of the UN Department of Public Information (DPI) Armenian Office; Ms. Hasmik Sargsyan, UN Librarian; Ms. Arax Babayan, Administrative assistant and Ms. Alex Fox, volunteer from Armenian Diaspora.
In 2011 the Public Aid Organization (PAO) organized a conference in Erbil. 50 education committee representatives from across Iraq gathered to discuss the integration of human rights education in school curricula.
The Human Rights Council adopted the Declaration on human rights education and training during the session in Geneva from 10 to 14 January 2011.
On the morning of 5th October 2010, the delegation from the Bagneux Municipality to Vanadzor,including the Deputy Mayor of Bagneux, Yasmine Boudjenah, Bagneux Cultural Officer, Patrick Alexanian, Bagneux Citizenship officer, Aicha Moutaoukil, Bagneux Councillor,
On the first page the start of the Armenian Human Rights School (AHRS)’s 2010-2011 school year is covered.
Only in October of last year, the Armenian Human Rights School (AHRS)’s curriculum was among the 100 best practices selected from many different countries of the world, published in the Human Rights Education in the School Systems of Europe, Central Asia and North America: A Compendium of Good Practice in Warsaw.