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Human Rights History and Background

HRW Lesson Plan
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Colleen Kang

on 18 June 2013

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Transcript of Human Rights History and Background

History and Background of Human Rights
HISTORY
1) IDEAS
IDEAS
EARLY ROOTS

ACTIVITY 1:
- HAMMURABI'S LAW CODE (1780 BCE)
- HINDU VEDAS
- BIBLE, QUR'AN, TORAH
- CONFUCIUS' ANALECTS
CODIFICATION
- MAGNA CARTA (1215)
- DECLARATION OF THE RIGHTS OF MAN AND CITIZEN (1789)
- DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE (1776)
- UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION (1787)
- AMENDMENTS
U.N.
2) EARLY ROOTS
3) CODIFICATION
4) UN
conceptual beginnings

NATURAL RIGHTS
- SOCRATES
- PLATO
- EXAMPLES OF HR LAWS
- WHO IS PROTECTED?
- WHERE DO THEY FALL SHORT?


http://www.utexas.edu/cola/orgs/hemispheres/_files/pdf/human_rights/RightsUnit_Complete.pdfa
5) MOVEMENTS
ACTIVITY 2:
- CREATED IN RESPONSE TO MASSIVE HR VIOLATIONS
- LEAGUE OF NATIONS
- UDHR
- CRC
- OTHER CONVENTIONS
- IMPORTANCE OF RHETORIC
- REFERENCES TO PREVIOUS DOCUMENTS/IDEAS
- NEW DEVELOPMENTS
HISTORICAL MOVEMENTS
- ABOLITION
- ANTICOLONIAL MOVEMENT
- WOMEN'S RIGHTS MOVEMENT
- CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
- LABOR MOVEMENT
- INDIGENOUS RIGHTS MOVEMENT
ACTIVITY 3:
CURRENT MOVEMENTS?
NECESSARY MOVEMENTS?
FUTURE MOVEMENTS?
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