Education on human rights for the public sector

The Baltic Human Rights Society commenced a research project in September 2019, the goal of which is to develop the methodology for education on human rights for public sector employees. As a result of the project, several alternative methodological approaches will be developed for learning about human rights in state administration, combining online and distance education forms, including, using available means such as the Human Rights Guide and the OKAT Knowledge Assessment Tool. The development method for the project is focussed on the involvement of the target group and the validation of result.  

The project is being implemented within the framework of the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership Project “Innovative and Sustainable Human Rights Education — the Road to a Responsible and Inclusive Society and Good Governance”, in cooperation with Baltic partner organizations — the Estonian Human Rights Centre, in Lithuania — the NGO Law Institute and the Human Rights Voice organization, as well as the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee.