Armenian Human Rights School (AHRS) Advanced Human Rights Course Curriculum Published on the “Best Practice” page of the United Nations Economic and Social Council Civil Society Network website

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.

The AHRS educational conception, which is fully based on the collaborative teaching methodology, was revised in April 2010, when certain new methodological and conceptual components were added. The first session of the AHRS 15th Advanced Human Rights One-Year Course was successfully implemented using the revised concept.

Recently, on August 25th, the AHRS educational programme was published on the “Best Practices” page of the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Civil Society Network website. The publishing of the AHRS programme in such a prestigious medium is a sign of growing international recognition for AHRS’s work. It will enable civil society and educational institutions from different countries to benefit from AHRS teaching practices.