Authors: Petar Djukanovic, Tamara Milas
Publishing year: 2018
One of the specific objectives of the project is promotion of concept of education without discrimination in formal educational-upbringing system and development of anti-discrimination and the culture of human rights amongst the youth. Thus, this guidebook is intended for professionals working with youth in education (teachers, professional services, heads of schools, councils of parents, expert bodies and actives) with an aim to aid them in recognizing, prevention and processing of discrimination cases, other violations of human rights and violence within schooling institutions and before institutions outside of educational system.
The guidebook contains terms of discrimination and its various manifestations clarified in detail, the role and responsibility of participants of upbringing-educational process, and the overview of legislative and institutional framework is also given which protects citizens from discrimination and violation of human rights, with the procedure of processing the cases, as well as the overview of the most important international documents and standards in this area.
Publication is a part of project ‘360° Full Circle for Human Rights?’ which is implemented by Centre for Civic Education (CCE) in partnership with NGO Alternative Theatre Company (ATAK) from Podgorica, Human Rights House from Zagreb and International Documentary Film Festival (BELDOCS) from Belgrade, in cooperation with Ministry of Education and Institution of Protector of Human Rights and Freedoms from Montenegro, and is financed by the European Union.