This Toolkit is released as an online beta version. Teachers are invited to share their experiences in using this Toolkit by emailing one of the project contacts.

Ireland

Amnesty International Ireland recognizes the integral part that teachers play as human rights educators and supports teachers who are interested in Human Rights Education. Amnesty International Ireland provides opportunities for teachers to get involved at a level that suits them, both inside and outside the classroom.

http://amnesty.ie/resources/education

 

Amnesty International Ireland

Sean MacBride House
48 Fleet Street
Dublin
2
Ireland

Tel:  +3531 863 8300
+3531 863 8300
Fax: +3531 671 9338

Email: info@remove-this.amnesty.ie

 

International Human Rights Network is a nongovernmental organisation supporting others in applying Human Rights Based Approaches in their work since 1996.

Support is provided to states, inter-governmental organisations such as UN agencies and regional organisations, NGOs and other civil society organisations.

 

International Human Rights Network (IHRN)

Glenboy House, Oldcastle
County Meath
, Ireland
Tel: + 353 (0) 49 8542934 / 96
Fax:   + 353 (0) 49 8542934

Email: info@remove-this.ihrnetwork.org

Website: http://www.ihrnetwork.org/

 

 

The Irish Human Rights Commission (IHRC) was established under statute in 2000, to promote and protect the human rights of everyone in Ireland. The human rights that the IHRC is mandated to promote and protect are the rights, liberties and freedoms guaranteed under the Irish Constitution and under international agreements, treaties and conventions to which Ireland is a party.

Irish Human Rights Commission

Jervis Street, 4th Floor, Jervis House
Dublin
1, Ireland
Tel: + 353 (0) 1 8589601
Fax: + 353 (0) 1 8589609
Email: info@remove-this.ihrc.ie

Website: http://www.ihrc.ie/

 

The Centre for Human Rights and Citizenship Education is an initiative of St. Patrick's College, Drumcondra with the support and collaboration of Amnesty International (Irish Section).

As a dedicated centre for training and research on education for human rights, citizenship and democracy in schools, the Centre aims to:

Develop and disseminate examples of excellence in human rights and citizenship education

Serve as a focal point for the critique of policy

Serve as a focal point for the creation, evaluation, exchange and dissemination of information and resources

 

The Centre for Human Rights and Citizenship Education (CHRCE), St. Patrick's College Ireland

Drumcondra, Dublin 9, Ireland
Tel: 353-1-8842000
Fax: 353-1-8376197

Website: http://www.spd.dcu.ie

 

Holocaust Education Trust Ireland aims to teach about the Holocaust and its consequences. <acronym>HET</acronym>I designs educational and cultural programs suitable for all ages and all walks of life.

The Holocaust Education Trust

Lower Fitzwilliam Street, Clifton House
Dublin
2, Ireland
Tel: +353-1-669 0593
Email: info@remove-this.hetireland.org

Website: www.hetireland.org

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