How can we, as educators, insert the Universal Declaration of Human Rights into our projects with women, children and youth, refugees and migrants, and persons living in poverty? This resource on educating-for-universal-human-rights comes from Cecile Meijer RSCJ and Sacred Heart@ the UN.
The following criteria are used to assess the success with which a Sacred Heart schools has promoted a social awareness that impels to action: The School curricula, policies and practices offer students opportunities for reflection on, and evaluation of, society and its diverse values. The School encourages students to be involved in social justice programs. Students are encouraged to value and protect the natural environment through an awareness of ecological issues. Christian values form the basis of the Schools’ structures, curricula, policies and practice.