Human Rights Education Review invites papers for a Special Issue on the intersection of language learning and human rights education, guest-edited by Tony Burner and Melina Porto.Read more about Call for papers: Language learning and human rights education
Human Rights Education Review is celebrating a special award from Amnesty International USA for the journal’s significant contribution to international research and future teaching, learning, and collaboration in human rights education across the globe. This inaugural award of the University and College Consortium for Human Rights Education (UCCHRE) to HRER will be made in a special celebration to be held on Human Rights Day 10 December.Read more about HRER celebrates award from Amnesty USA
WERA International Research Network (IRN) in Human Rights Education (HRE) Early Career Researchers Group2021-08-30
The Editors of Human Rights Education Review and the Convenors of the WERA International Research Network on Human Rights Education are pleased to announce that the second series of our 2021 Research Webinars will run from September to November 2021 on Wednesdays 17.30-18.30 (Berlin CET); 16.30 – 17.30 (London/Dublin). Register here for webinar 8 on 10 November when Rebecca Adami invites us to look afresh at history and at the historical narratives surrounding the founding of the United Nations and the modern human rights project. A recording will feature on our new YouTube Channel later this autumn. Our past webinars can now also be found there.Read more about HRER/WERA New YouTube Channel and HRE International Research Network Webinar Series
Human Rights Education Review and the WERA International Research Network on Human Rights Education recently launched our YouTube Channel. Recordings of the HRER - WERA IRN HRE 2021 webinars are now available.
The autumn sessions are open for registration here . Keep checking for updates!Read more about New and updated! Do subscribe to our YouTube channel for recordings of HRER-WERA IRN 2021 Webinars
The Editors of Human Rights Education Review are pleased to announce that Vol 4. No 1. 2021 is now available online. Please register at https://humanrer.org/index.php/human/user/register for future updates. HRER is an open access journal with no charges to either readers or authorsRead more about Human Rights Education Review - Vol 4 No 1 (2021) available online
Human Rights Educators USA (HRE USA) invites nominations for the 2020 Edward O’Brien Human Rights Education Awards.Read more about CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: THE 2020 EDWARD O’BRIEN HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION AWARDS
Although much is in flux in academic life, we wish to reassure you that the Human Rights Education Review editorial team is aiming to maintain timely production of forthcoming issues of the journal. We continue to welcome new submissions to the journal and will do all we can to ensure timely reviews and processing of articles.Read more about HRER and COVID-19 impact: submissions and reviews
Human Rights Education Review‘s readership has been fast-growing throughout 2019. Web statistics show that 6,952 persons from countries across the world visited the HRER site over the past 18 months. The map below illustrates HRER’s global impact.
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The Editors of Human Right Education Review (HRER) are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child by bringing you this key collection of six recent research papers on child rights.Read more about New research on child rights and education
The Editors of Human Rights Education Review are pleased to announce that Vol 2(2) Special Edition 9th ICHRE Sydney is now available online. Please register at https://humanrer.org/index.php/human/user/register for future updates. HRER is an open access journal with no charges to either readers or authors.Read more about Human Rights Education Review - Vol 2 No 2 (2019) Special Edition 9th ICHRE Sydney available online
The Editors of Human Rights Education Review are pleased to announce that Vol 2(1) is now available online. Please register at https://humanrer.org/index.php/human/user/register for future updates. HRER is an open access journal with no charges to either readers or authors.
Read more about Human Rights Education Review - Vol 2 No 1 (2019) available online
Interview with HRER Editor-in-Chief Professor Audrey Osler on her research career in the area of citizenship and human rights2019-07-03
Meet the Education Researcher Podcast: Issues of race and human rights in school
HRER Editor-in-Chief Professor Audrey Osler talks to Monash University’s Professor Neil Selwyn about human rights education and some influences on her career.