The Canadian Red Cross helps disseminate International Humanitarian Law (IHL) to government bodies, the armed forces, academia, policy makers, teachers and youth. We hold a number of events across the country to help educate Canadians on the importance of IHL and to foster dialogue on contemporary challenges and debates.
Exploring Humanitarian Law: 2-Day Educator Training
Fri. Oct. 21 to Sat. Oct. 22, 2016
University of Ottawa Faculty of Education
LAMOUREUX HALL (LMX)
145 Jean-Jacques-Lussier private
Tues. Aug. 23 to Wed. Aug. 24, 2016
Humber College Business School
3199 Lakeshore Blvd. West
- Complements the Canadian and World Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities, and English Studies curriculum
- Includes instruction from the National Senior Legal Advisor of the Canadian Red Cross, a representative of the Office of the Judge Advocate General of the Canadian Armed Forces, and teachers currently using the EHL curriculum in their classrooms
- Participants receive the Exploring Humanitarian Law toolkit, Canada and Conflict toolkit, curriculum maps, and certificate of completion
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Ottawa, Oct. 21 - 22 Toronto, Aug 23 - 24
Humanitarian Education Teacher Training
The Syrian Refugee Crisis and violations of International Humanitarian Law around the world have made humanitarian education in the classroom more relevant than ever.
: Exploring Humanitarian Law (EHL) Teachers Training
Senior and Junior High School educators and curriculum advisors
: May 11-13, 2016 from 9am-4pm
: Canadian Red Cross Office in Burnside (133 Troop Ave. Dartmouth, N.S.).
; lunch is also provided.
To learn more
- Exploring Humanitarian Law (EHL) is an education program for young people (13-18 years) to learn about humanitarian action, international law and justice.
- The EHL toolkit, in French and English, is an approved resource with the Department of Education and contains 36 hours of educational activities & prepared lesson plans
- Includes instruction from the National Senior Legal Advisor of the Canadian Red Cross, a representative of the Office of the Judge Advocate General of the Canadian Armed Forces, and local teachers currently using the EHL curriculum in their classrooms
- Participants in the EHL Teachers Training will receive a toolkit and certificate and learn practical methods to teach about humanitarian values, humanitarian responses to armed conflict, war crimes and international justice.
If you wish to register
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