Teaching Note - Guidance on how to integrate human rights into sport-related education

This teaching note is intended to serve as inspiration for those involved in teaching sport and human rights related subjects and aims to provide guidance on how to integrate the topic into existing coursework or new areas of teaching. It provides a general introduction to the topic and highlights a number of sub-themes and core questions to study, as well as ideas for teaching approaches, a selection of resources and case study examples.

With this teaching note, the Centre hopes to contribute to making the growing sport and human rights movement more sustainable by strengthening the integration of sport and human rights in education.

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I. About the Teaching Note

Learn more about the objectives and target audience for the teaching note.

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II. Thematic Overview

Including - Introduction; Overview of Actors in the Sport Ecosystem; Theoretical and Normative Framework; Sub-themes of Sport and Human Rights.

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III. Teaching Approaches

Including - Suggested Learning Objectives; Suggested Teaching Methods; Key Questions to Study.

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IV. Case Study Examples

Examples that can be used to work on the learning objectives.

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V. Teaching Resources

Materials and literature that can be used for prescribed reading or in-class teaching.

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