Received by mail:
Dear members, Below is a compilation of requests for information sent to the Global Human Rights Education listserv during the past two weeks. At the bottom of each request you will find an e-mail address, so that you can respond to the request directly:
- 1. SEEKING BEST PRACTICES IN TRANS-NATIONAL CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION: NECE is currently searching best practice examples for trans-national European EDC/HRE-projects on (adult and school education-) methods and competencies for trans-national citizenship education that help to teach a sophisticated perspective on nationalism and populism and that might help to generate common educational ground for educators. The practice examples should be presented at the NECE-Conference in Sofia (Bulgaria) from 6-8 November 2008. For more information please contact Anja Ostermann, Germany, e-mail.
- 2. LOOKING FOR RECREATIONAL MATERIAL FOR THE UNFORTUNATE CHILDREN IN LIBERIA: Dear Friends of Good will, Child Care International/ Liberia Chapter, an unfortunate children advocate and rescue mission group is appealing to people of good will around the world to help the Liberian chapter/children with recreational material of all kinds. We are trying to get these kids out of the 15 years war trauma, preparing them physically, psychologically, spiritually, emotionally and educationally. Lot of our kids are those from the streets and without parents. We are working hard to advocate their rights and close the gaps of fatherless and motherlessness in their lives. You may contact directly the Country Director for CCI/Liberia, Mr. Nathaniel Solo, e-mail. Thanks, Lawrence Diggs, Int’l Director, Child Care International, e-mail.
- 3. LOOKING FOR A PHD PROGRAMME IN HUMAN RIGHTS: Dear Sirs, Having already Master’s in Human Rights and Democratisation I would be very much interested in institutions that offer a PhD in Human Rights? Yours faithfully, Dott. Isabelle Azzopardi, Psichologa/Human Rights Expert, Malta, e-mail.
- 4. SEEKING BOOKS FOR RESOURCE CENTRE (PAKISTAN): Dear Concerned, SYF is an independent, flexible, democratic, non-profit youth organization working for poverty reduction, literacy, employment, women empowerment, peace and disaster management in Malakand Region, NWFP, Pakistan since 1997 with a vision to strive in partnership with community, public and civil society organizations to achieve MDGs for developing a just, peaceful and prosperous society where all have equal access to opportunities irrespective of gender, color, race, religion and status. SYF was established in 1997 by a group of highly motivated and civic minded youths and was formally registered in 1999 under Social Welfare – Volunteer NGOs Registration and Control Act 1961 Government of Pakistan. For further details please visit Swat Youth Front SYF. SYF is seeking contribution in shape of books donations for its Resource Center (SYF’s Resource centre for Development) the main aim of the resource centre is to offer range of materials, sources, resources and programs sufficient to meet the needs of development sector professionals and human rights activists, university students, researchers for fostering Human Rights and Peace promotion, enlightened moderation and social and economic development and in contributing to the quality of life in our community in a militancy affected area. Therefore, SYF request you to kindly assist us by donating the books or other relevant material (in English) available with you and we would be extremely grateful to you if you kindly support us in other ways as well. Waiting impatiently for your positive reply! With best regards, Amjad Ali, Pakistan, Phone #: +92-946-723388, Mobile# 0092-345-9525666, e-mail.