The website "Learning from History" is a publication platform
for educational projects (realized in schools
and in out-of-school, youth education)
dedicated to the history of Poland and its neighbors in the 20th century and human rights

Okładka instrucji IX edycji konkursu „Historia Bliska”Here we present resources “for download”. They can serve various educational purposes, not only in history but in other areas of education too. They can be useful at school and after school activities both for teachers and pupils. They include: articles, instructions, official documents (e.g. relating to ministerial directives), manuals, as well as other resources showing how different problems in historical education are tackled by teachers in other countries.

We would be happy to present here also texts send by users of our website who wish to share their experiences and give advice to the others.

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Toolkit for Young Educators: human rights and minorities

Are you looking for inspiration for your workshop about human rights and minorities? Are you interested on one of the topics: Jan Karski, Irena Sendler, refugees/migrants, Roma minority, autism in Poland: contemporary hurdles and a haunted past, rights of LGBTQ persons, rights of persons with a different national/ethnic background: the case of Jews. Download this toolkit. The publication was conducted within a framework of the "Humanity in Action Poland's Fellowship 2013: Poland in Theory and Practice: from Resistance to S/solidarity, from Transformation to Civic Society."

Author Humanity in Action Polska
Date added: 2014-08-04
Group: Education