The Australian Centre for Human Rights Education (ACHRE) at RMIT University works to assist people and organisations to understand, exercise and apply human rights in their daily lives.
Australian Education Union human rights publications and resources.
Australian Human Rights Commission publications and resources.
Human Rights Act for Australia Campaign publications and resources.
The Human Rights Law Resource Centre (HRLRC) is Australia’s first specialist human rights legal service. It supports the provision of legal services, litigation, education, training, research, policy analysis and advocacy regarding human rights.
The People's Decade of Human Rights Education (PDHRE) develops and advances pedagogies for human rights education relevant to people's daily lives. PDHRE was pivotal in lobbying the United Nations to found a Decade for Human Rights Education.
The Right to Education Project builds on the work of Katarina Tomaševski who was the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the right to education of the UN Commission on Human Rights.
United Nations Commission on Human Rights Special Rapporteur on the right to education
Health and Human Rights
The Center for Public Health and Human Rights (CPHHR) at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health explores how human rights contexts and issues can have profound impacts on the health of individuals, communities and populations.
Contradicting Commitments: How the Achievement of Education for All is Undermined by the IMF. This report explores the IMF's role and its impact on the right to education.
The World Education Forum (2000) adopted the Dakar Framework for Action, Education for All: Meeting our Collective Commitments. In doing so, its participants reaffirmed the vision of the World Declaration on Education for All adopted ten years earlier.
This global monitoring report entitled Education for All by 2015: will we make it? assesses the extent to which the World Education Forum commitments are being met.
Professor Robin Alexander's Education for All: the Quality Imperative and the Problem of Pedagogy explores how educational quality is conceived, indicated and measured and how it might be better addressed in the future.
Education Rights: A Guide for Practitioners and Activists presents strategies for a human rights-based approach to education. Published by ActionAid International.
A Human Rights-Based Approach to Education for All (2007) brings together much of the current thinking and practice. It presents key challenges and provides a framework.
Manual on Rights-Based Education: Global Human Rights Requirements made Simple (2004). Written by Katarina Tomaševski.
Overcoming inequality:why governance matters (2009)
Policy Guidelines on Inclusion in Education published by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (2009)
United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, The Aims of Education
The Australian Journal of Human Rights is a publication of the Australian Human Rights Centre (AHRC). It is devoted to the publication of articles, commentary and book reviews about human rights developments in Australia, the Asia-Pacific region and internationally.