education

21.09.2021

Andrew Carnegie

Scottish-American businessman and philanthropist investing in education and free public libraries Andrew Carnegie (1835—1919) was a British man who lived most of his life in the U.S. He came from a family of not much economic stability. That is the …

19.09.2021

Jane Elliot

American teacher known for her Blue Еyes/Brown Eyes experiment, which demonstrates discriminatory thinking Jane Elliot is an American educator who became known by a racial experiment she realized in one of her lessons, called Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes in 1968. She …

10.09.2021

Emma Watson

British actress and activist in the fields of gender equality and ecologism, engaged with the UN HeForShe campaign Emma Watson is a British actress and model that is known worldwide for her character in the Harry Potter Saga as Hermione …

03.09.2021

Melinda and Bill Gates

American business magnates and philanthropists fighting for better health care and reducing extreme poverty around the world Bill Gates was born in Seattle, United States in 1955 and is worldwide known for creating one of the biggest IT companies in …

31.08.2021

Education Pack (2016). All Different – All Equal

Ideas, resources, methods and activities for informal intercultural education with young people and adults  The Education Pack All Different – All Equal aims to provide practical and theoretical materials that can be used by educators, trainers, youth workers and teachers …

31.08.2021

Companion (2007)

A campaign guide about education and learning for change in Diversity, Human Rights and Participation Companion (2007) is a guide created in the framework of the Council of Europe’s Youth Campaign for Diversity, Human Rights and Participation “All Different – …

30.08.2021

Free to be You and Me (2019)

Toolkit for youth workers, volunteer coordinators and trainers “Free to be You and Me” (2019) is a toolkit for informal working methods for gender equality work. This is a short version of the toolkit translated into Bulgarian for youth workers, …

30.08.2021

Don’t judge a book by its cover! (2005/2011)

The living Library Organiser’s Guide The Living Library works just like normal libraries, where readers come, discuss topics and titles, and borrow books for a limited period of time. There is only one difference: The books in the Living Library …

29.08.2021

We CAN!

Taking action against Hate Speech through Counter and Alternative Narratives The manual We CAN! (2017 Revised Edition) proposes communicative and educational approaches and tools for young people and other human rights activists: you can develop through them your own counter …

28.08.2021

Have Your Say! (2015)

Manual on the Revised European Charter on the Participation of Young People in Local and Regional Life Youth participation is not an end in itself, but a means to achieve positive changes in the lives of young people and to …

05.08.2021

No Hate Speech Movement

Council of Europe youth campaign for human rights online The No Hate Speech Movement Campaign was initiated and led by the Council of Europe, but mainly involves national campaigns in its member states. The campaign was officially launched on March 22, …

29.07.2021

Armand Amar and the Human music

Armand Amar’s magnificent film music to the masterpiece Human (2015) by Jan Arthus-Bertrand Author: Sylvia Borissova When film director, journalist, photographer and environmentalist Jan Arthus-Bertrand was at the beginning of his spectacular project, the film masterpiece Human (2015), he imagined …

09.05.2021

Human (2015) through the eyes of Yann Arthus-Bertrand

“What is it that makes us human? Is it that we love, that we fight? That we laugh? Cry? Or our curiosity? The quest for discovery?”

08.03.2021

The Woman-Everything

Happy International Women’s Day, dear girls! On March 8, we celebrate the international recognition of women’s social, economic and political achievements. Here are some interesting facts about why and how we celebrate Women’s Day today: International Women’s Day was first …

05.01.2021

Introduction to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is the first of its kind and it was created right after World War II. Approved by the international community in 1948 it represents the universal recognition that basic rights and fundamental freedoms …

05.01.2021

Article 15: Right to a Nationality.

Everyone has the right to a nationality. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality. The right to a nationality has been described as the “right to have rights”. Nationality is …

05.01.2021

Article 26: Right to Education.

Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to …