Participant receiving diploma at the Regional Summer Academy Human Rights in Action

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Regional Summer Academy Montenegro

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The South East Europe Regional Summer Academy "Human Rights in Action" promotes human rights education in South East Europe.

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What: A whole school approach training program to promote human rights education in South East Europe.

For: Teams of teachers, their school heads and representatives of NGOs and parents’ associations

How: Online preparatory tasks followed by 8 days of face-to-face training in Cetinje, Montenegro. Systematic follow-up of local actions for up to 8 months.

Result: Local action involving colleagues, students and other partners.

Organized by: Ministry of Education and Sports, Montenegro; the Bureau for Educational Services, Montenegro; the Council of Europe and the European Wergeland Centre.

Working language: English

Financed by:  The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (through a voluntary contribution to the Council of Europe), The Ministry of Education and Sports, Montenegro; The European Wergeland Centre.

EWC Experts: Olena Styslavska, Angelos Vallianatos, Edward Huddleston, Filip Car

*All reference to Kosovo, whether to the territory, institutions or population, in this text shall be understood in full compliance with United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244 and without prejudice to the status of Kosovo.

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Caroline Gebara is Senior Adviser at the EWC, and leading the Regional Summer Academy program. She has long-standing experiences in education, in particular in human rights education. She has managed and been engaged in various capacity building programs in Europe, Northern Africa and the Middle East developed under the framework of the League of Arab States, the EU and the Ministry of Development Germany. Her work addressed issues of professional development of educators, youth participation and HRE in post-conflict settings. She is a member of the CoE Consultative Group on HRE for Young People. She holds a MA in Social Science and Human Rights from Berlin University.

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