Human Rights and Law Enforcement: A Trainer's Guide on Human Rights for the Police, Issue 5, Part 2
United Nations Publications, 2002 - Political Science - 210 pages
This publication is part of a package of materials on the conduct of human rights training programmes for police and law enforcement officials, in accordance with the approach developed by the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. It includes guidance on effective approaches to human rights training such as learning objectives, participatory techniques, preparation of lesson plans and visual aids, and making presentations; an introduction to human rights; a glossary of terms; and session outlines on a full range of human rights topics; as well as selected court materials and model course programmes.
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Statement of objectives
METHODOLOGY 1 Effective approaches to human rights training for police
Locations for training courses 7 Planning for participant needs
Selection of trainers
Preparing your lesson plan and your visual aids
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RIGHTS 1 What do we mean by human rights?
Who makes the rules?
Which kinds of human rights violations should police be especially concerned about?
Dont human rights undermine law and order?
What role does training play in protecting human rights?
KEY TO SHORT TITLES FOR INTERNATIONAL INSTRUMENTS
The use of force and firearms
SELECTED COURSE MATERIALS
Tips for making presentations
Some key terminology
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