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Dear members, Below is a compilation of requests for information sent to the Global Human Rights Education listserv during the past week. At the bottom of each request you will find an e-mail address, so that you can respond to the request directly.
1. LOOKING FOR EXAMPLES OF HRE PROGRAMS FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS
Dear colleagues, I am working on a project in the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court to compile select examples of human rights and peace education from around the world. I need to identify the main institutional drivers of the field as well as key implementers in various models. This is a much smaller project than it sounds – and not on the scale of the HREA work on the Compendium. I just want to highlight some programs and models for the ICC team’s education. My focus is on programs training teachers or teaching kids – not training for human rights professionals. I am especially interested in efforts in the following countries: Uganda, Tanzania, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Colombia, Argentina, Nicaragua, Chile, Indonesia, East Timor, Former Yugoslavia, and other countries of the former Soviet Union. I am working in the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court in the Hague (the Netherlands) until July. I can best be reached at the Netherlands number or e-mail address below. Thanks, Andrew Tarsy, Telephone: US 617 515 9004, Netherlands 06 19 486 039, e-mail.
2. SEEKING TEMPLATES FOR DEVELOPING MONITORING AND EVALUATION SYSTEM
Dear Colleagues, I am writing to request your kind assistance to find samples of documents (preferably in English) for the development of a monitoring and evaluation system, including format, framework, setting indicators, monitoring plan, work plans and procedures. The purpose is to track program implementation and subsequent evaluation of service delivery in the public sector, with emphasis on governance. Useful to include would be explanation in very simple language on ways to go about the whole process leading to the M&E system’s development and creation of a database. Moreover, we are also interested to locate expert(s) who can support the development of the database (of global standard). Best regards, George Tee Forpoh, Jr., Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, Governance Commission – Senior Executive Service, 231 (6) 539 829 / 231(7) 753 9829, e-mail.
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