Amnesty International USA
Amnesty's Human Rights Education Program has
produced an excellent September 11 Crisis Response
Guide that puts these events in the context
of human rights and humanitarian law. To obtain
a copy, contact email@example.com.
For a specific activity, see September
11 and International Humanitarian Law.
Choices for the 21st Century Education Program
"Responding to Terrorism: Challenges
for Democracy" helps high school teachers
raise the issue of terrorism.
2) MIDDLE EAST
"Shifting Sands: Balancing U.S.
Interests in the Middle East" draws students
into the policy debate on a range of issues
in the region. http://www.choices.edu/edsummaries/mideastpage.html
Facing History and Ourselves
An excellent collection of readings, lessons,
ideas and resources from the Facing History
The Human Rights Education Series
Education in human rights is itself a fundamental
human right and also a responsibility: the Preamble
of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
(UDHR) exhorts every individual and every organ
of society to ãstrive by teaching and
education to promote respect for these rights
and freedoms.ä Published by the Human Rights
Resource Center at the University of Minnesota
in partnership with the Stanley Foundation,
the Human Rights Education Series seeks to meet
this responsibility by providing resources for
the ever-growing body of educators and activists
seeking to build a culture of human rights in
the United States and throughout the world.
The HRE Series is edited by Nancy Flowers.
The articles in this special "War, Terrorism,
and America's Classrooms" insert are available
at the Rethinking Schools website, many in pdf
The September 11 Digital Archive: Saving
the histories of September 11, 2001
The September 11 Digital Archive uses electronic
media to collect, preserve, and present the
history of the September 11, 2001 and the public
responses to them.
September 11 Resources
Provided by the University of Arizona, September
11 Resources offers an extensive, well-organized
collection of links on everything from the Afghanistan
War to War Crimes.
9/11 as History Initiative
Prepared by the Family and Work Institute, this
resource offer curricula, resource lists and
tips for educators and parents to Help children
commemorate September 11.
Created by the Clarke Center for the Interdisciplinary
Study of Contemporary Issues at Dickinson College,
this site provides hundreds of useful links
for teachers, including lists of resources,
sample lesson plans, syllabi and modules.