Human Rights Education Review - Vol 4 No 1 (2021) available online


HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION REVIEW -  Vol. 4 No. 1 (2021): Special issue International Conference on Education and Democratic Citizenship (ICEDC)  ISSN 2535-5406


Building a global human rights education research community  1-7

Audrey Osler

Hugh Starkey

Christian Stokke

Bjørn Aksel Flatås


Research articles

Talking about rights without talking about rights: on the absence of knowledge in classroom discussions  8-26  

Lee Jerome

Anna Liddle

Helen Young


Human rights education in humanitarian settings: opportunities and challenges  27-48

Megan Devonald

Nicola Jones

Silvia Guglielmi

Jennifer Seager

Sarah Baird


Examining Relationships and Sex Education through a child rights lens: an intersectional approach  49-69

Francesca Zanatta


Child migrants’ right to education in a London academy: tensions between policy, language provision, and international standards  70-90

Vanessa Hughes


Countering violent extremism in education: a human rights analysis  91-110

Hans Svennevig

Lee Jerome

Alex Elwick


Human rights and global citizenship in social studies standards in the United States  111-132

Anatoli Rapoport


Book and media reviews

Child impact analysis: a way of addressing children’s rights in practice  133-136

Nina Thelander


Realising effective human rights education and safeguarding the young   137-140

Kjersti Draugedalen


Human beings or 'human becomings': exploring the child’s right to development  141-144

Marissa Gutierrez-Vicario



Reviewer acknowledgements Volume 3   144-145