Electronic resources selected from Amnesty International Publications
This collection of online resources is a selection of Amnesty International publications, Arabic and English downloadable resources (not all resources are available in both languages). These resources focus on human rights education and training and/or guidelines in addition to selected global campaigns relevant materials. You can browse this collection; use a simple search or an advanced search to retrieve best results.

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http://www.amnestymena.org/Images/Resources/ACT40/ACT4014332015en.jpg Empower Against Torture

A Series of Human Rights Education Workshops has been extracted from the online resource as a portable and practical tool youth activists can carry with them, adapt and use when working with other you...
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http://www.amnestymena.org/Images/Resources/ACT35/act350012015en.jpg Respect my rights, respect my dignity: Module three – Sexual and reproductive rights are human rights

This module on sexual and reproductive rights is the third in a series of human rights education resources for young people. It is designed to be used by and with young people and youth activists as t...
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Useful Resources and Websites on the Internet
This section includes information and links to a range of electronic resources available on the Internet, as well as websites rich in resources related to human rights education and capacity building.
http://www.amnesty.nl/sites/default/files/images/speciale-projecten/1208_hz_housing.jpg
The Housing booklet assists NGOs and CBOs to monitor laws and policies around housing and shelter, to monitor evictions, and slum upgrading projects.
Publisher: Amnesty International- Netherlands
Year: 2010
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The Main Book part 1 provides basic information about human rights, ESC rights, obligations of states and non-state actors and some current efforts to improve ESC rights.
Publisher: Amnesty International- Netherlands
Year: 2010
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