|International||Human Rights Education Association (HREA)||Human Rights Education Association (HREA)||International||
An international non-governmental organisation that supports Human Rights learning, the training of activists and professionals, the development of educational materials and programming, and community-building through on-line technologies.
|International||European Network of cities for local integration policies for migrants (CLIP)||Council of Europe – Congress of Local and Regional Authorities (CLRA), the City of Stuttgart & the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions||International||
By encouraging the structured sharing of experiences through the medium of separate city reports and workshops covering four research modules, this network enables local authorities to learn from each other and to deliver a more effective integration policy.
|International||DOSTA! – Congress Prize for Municipalities, Council of Europe||Council of Europe||International||
The competition for the Dosta!-Congress Prize for Municipalities is part of the CoE ongoing work to strengthen the role of local authorities in the field of Roma and minority rights’ protection. The DOSTA website also includes awareness-raising tools, such as toolkit for fighting stereotypes, posters, leaflets etc.
|International, Local, Regional||ENTO – a European Civil Service Training Network||Council of Europe, Congress of Local and Regional Authorities (CLRAE)||International||
ENTO enables bilateral and multilateral partnerships to be set up and makes it possible for the staffs of training bodies and of local and regional authorities to organise courses and study visits, or to take part in official visits, seminars or other activities which take place within the framework of Council of Europe and European Union programmes.
|International||Human Rights Education & Training||Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)||International||
Human Rights education promotes values, beliefs and attitudes that encourage all individuals to uphold theirs and those of the others.
|International||World Programme for Human Rights Education||Office of the United nations high Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)||International||
The World Programme seeks to promote a common understanding of basic principles and methodologies of human rights education, to provide a concrete framework for action and to strengthen partnerships and cooperation from the international level down to the grass roots.
|International||Frequently Asked Questions on a Human Rights - Based Approach to Development Cooperation||Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)||International||
Gives answers to several commonly asked questions regarding planning human rights activities such as what is the relationship between human rights and poverty reduction.
|Local||Guide for a common equality (Pour une commune egalite)||Centre for Equal Opportunities and Opposition to Racism||Belgium||
The guide is intended for cities and CPAS to guide them in their fight against discriminations. Using humoristic illustrations, this guide includes information on local policies, services to the public, human resources policies and ways of engaging with the public. The guide is available in French and German.
|Local||The organisation of the temporary stay of Travellers (L’organisation du séjour temporaire des gens du voyage)||Centre for Equal Opportunities and Opposition to Racism||Belgium||
Practical guide for local authorities