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인권위, 사이버인권교육센터 ‘2013 교육과정’ 운영

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기사입력 2013-04-03


 

 
[한국인권신문] 국가인권위원회(위원장 현병철)는 인권침해 및 차별행위를 예방하고 인권문화를 확산하기 위해 2001년 설립 이후 지속적으로 인권교육을 추진해 오고 있다.
 
유엔을 비롯한 국제사회도 인권교육이 인권침해와 폭력적 분쟁에 대한 장기적 예방책이자, 평등과 지속적인 발전을 촉진하는 등 한 사회의 인권 실현에 크게 기여한다는 점을 중요하게 인식하고, 인권교육에 대한 국가적 노력을 지원하는 다양한 프로그램을 고안해 제시하고 있다.
 
이를 반영해 인권위는 교사, 공공기관 종사자, 언론인 등 인권옹호집단과 사회적 약자 당사자 등을 대상으로 인권교육 프로그램을 개발하고, 인권교육센터를 설치해 교육 기회를 확대해 왔다. 우리 사회의 인권에 대한 관심도 높아져 2012년에는 인권위가 주관한 교육과정에 총 124,937명이 참여해 인권강의를 수강했으며 이는 전년에 비해 약 9% 증가한 수치이다. 

또한, 인권위는 인권교육의 접근성 강화를 위하여 사이버인권교육센터(edu.humanrights.go.kr)를 구축해 인권교육과정을 진행하는 한편 인권 교재, 어린이 인권 동화 등 400여 종의 인권교육 콘텐츠를 제공하고 있다. 인권교육 과정에는 △인권의 이해, △행정과 인권, △장애차별예방과정, △성차별예방과정, △장애인차별금지법의 이해, △선생님을 위한 인권+ 등이 개설돼 있습니다. 2013년에는 △차별일반 과정과 △군대와 인권 과정을 제공할 계획이며, 2014년에는 △경찰과 인권, △이주민과 인권, △정신장애인과 인권 등의 교육과정을 개발해 제공할 계획이다.
 
사이버 인권교육센터(edu.humanrights.go.kr)는 누구나 이용할 수 있으며, 교육과정 수강도 가능하다.

한편, 유엔 등은 인권교육이 일반 시민으로까지 확대될 수 있도록 다양한 기준과 프로그램을 마련해 운영할 것을 요구하다. 인권위는 향후 인권보호에 중요한 역할을 하는 언론인, 기초의회 의원, 교사 등 인권옹호집단 및 북한이탈주민, 노숙인, 노인 등 당사자 대상 인권교육을 추진할 예정이다. 또한, 인권에 기반한 기업문화 형성을 위하여 기업인에 대한 인권의식 강화 등을 중점 인권교육분야로 선정해 프로그램 개발 및 교육과정 개설 등을 추진할 계획이다.

 
 
(영문번역 : 이하은 용인수지중학교)
 
NHRC, running a cyber human rights eduaction center '2013 curriculum'
 
National Human Rights Commision or NHRC(chairperson Hyun Byoung Chul) has pushed ahead with human rights education since it's establishment in 2001 to prevent human rights abuse as well as discriminatory acts and spread human rights culture.
 
Internationl society including UN realize that human rights education is a long-range precautions about human rights abuse and violent conflict, and it contributes to the human rights realization of a society by promoting equality and continuous development.
Therefore they devise and suggest various programs that support national effort about human righst education.
 
By reflecting it, NHRC has developed human rights education program for civil liberty groups like teacher, public servant, and journalist and second-class citizen, and they have expanded education opportunity by establishing human rights education center.
As our society's interest in human rights gets higher, 124,937 people participated in curriculum conducted by NHRC in 2012 and this figure is increased about 9% than last year.
 
In addition, NHRC constructs cyber human rights education center(edu.humanrights.go.kr) and proceeds human rights curriculum to intense accessibility of human rights education.
Also NHRC provides 400 human rights education contents like human rights teaching materials and human rights tales for children.
△Understanding of Human Rights, △Administration and Human Rights, △Process of preventing Disability Discrimination, △Process of preventing Sexual Discrimination, △Understanding of Disability Discrimination Act, and △Human Rights+ for teachers are opened in human rights curriculum. △General Process of Discrimination and △Military and Human Rights Process will be provided in 2013, and △The Police and Human Rights, △Immigrants and Human Rights, and △The Mentally Disabled and Human Rights will be developed and provided in 2014.
 
Everyone can use cyber human rights education center(edu.humanrights.go.kr), and register the curriculum.
 
Meanwhile, UN and others demand running various standards and programs to expand human rights education to citizen. NHRC plans to promote human rights education for civil liverty groups that have important part in protection of human rights like journalist, local district councilor, and teacher, and resident escaping from North Korea, homeless person, and old man. Also, NHRC plans to push ahead with development of program and opening curriculm by selecting reinforcement about consciousness of human rights for businessman as an important human rights education field to form human rights-based enterprise culture.
 
 
 
(영문번역: 안혜인 경희여자중학교)
 
 
The NHRC's Cyber Human Rights Education Center Opens Education Curriculum of 2013
 
 
Since its establishment in 2001, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC, Chairman Hyeon Byungcheol) has continuously promoted human rights education in order to prevent violations against human rights and acts of discrimination as well as spread a greater awareness of human rights.
 
International organizations such as the United Nations (UN) have recognized human rights education as a long-term prevention measure against violent disputes and the infringement of human rights. Human rights education has also been found useful in facilitating equality and sustainable development within the area of human rights, for which reason the UN and other international organizations continue to design and present numerous programs that support human rights education carried out on a national scale.
 
Reflecting such trends, the NHRC has developed human rights education programs for the socially disenfranchised and for human rights protection groups such as teachers, public employees, and journalists. These human rights education programs are made available through the human rights education center, thereby expanding opportunities for human rights education. Such attempts have been met with considerable enthusiasm. In 2012, a total of 124,937 peopled participated in the NHRC's human rights education programs, marking a 9% percent rise from the previous year.
 
In addition, the NHRC has further heightened the accessibility of their programs by constructing a cyber human rights education center (edu.humanrights.go.kr) and providing approximately 400 types of educational content, including human rights teaching materials and children's storybooks. The NHRC's human rights education programs cover topics such as general understanding of human rights, human rights and administration, prevention of discrimination against the disabled, prevention of sexual discrimination, general understanding of acts against discrimination of the disabled, and human rights for teachers. Survey courses on discrimination at large and programs on human rights and the army will be provided in 2013, along with programs on human rights and the police, human rights and immigrants, and human rights and the mentally handicapped in 2014.
 
The cyber human rights education center is available to all and can be used as a medium for participating in the NHRC's education programs.
 
At the same time, the UN is demanding that governments provide diverse standards and programs in an effort to reach to as many citizens as possible. The NHRC is accordingly planning to promote human rights education programs for journalists, assembly members, and teachers who are set to play a crucial role in human rights protection in addition to like programs for North Korean defectors, homeless people, and the elderly. The NHRC also intends to regard the reinforcement of human rights awareness concerning business personnel as a key human rights issue and develop and provide education programs geared toward the formulation of a business culture based on respect for human rights.
 
 
 
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