Ms. Margaret Sampath,handled a session on Women’s Rights for SHG Groups organised by Integrated Project for Development of People- IPDP on 27-02-2018 at Laggere, Bangalore, around 300 women participated in the programme.February 28, 2018
Executive Director, SICHREM – Mr. Mathews Philip lighting the lamp at the program. (L to R: Chief Guest: Sri.C.G.Hungund (Retired Judge) and Member of Karnataka State Human Rights Commission (KSHRC), Mount Carmel College(MCC) – Principal: Sr. Juanita, ED, SICHREM – Mr. Mathews Philip, Vice Principal, MCC – Sr. Arpana)
The Guests on the dais.
Mathews Philip sharing a laugh with the animated audience.
The Sarva Siksha Abhiyan (SSA) Kerala on accepting the proposal put forth by Kerala Human Rights Education (HRE) Programme to take up the training of Human Rights Education for teachers up to 7th standard, the first training was conducted for the State Resource Group of SSA. The training was conducted by South India Cell for Human Rights Education and Monitoring (SICHREM) and Institute of Human Rights Education (IHRE) on 1st March 2013 at Animation Center, Kovalam, Kerala.
There were 3 trainers each from 14 districts of Kerala, thus forming 42 trainers as the State Resource Group for Human Rights Education. The session began with an official welcome and Introduction about the programme. The first session was on Introduction to Human Rights which was handled by Mr. Mathew Philip, Executive Director, SICHREM. The basic concept of Human Rights was introduced in the session. The second session was on Human Rights Education handled by Dr. Devasahayam, Director, IHRE. The session focused on the importance of HRE and its strategies of practice. After the lunch break the group was introduced to the Training Module. A brief introduction to the module was given by Mr. Rahul S, State Coordinator, HRE Kerala. The two HRE teachers who was the part of SRG Training as trainers, Ms. Nisha M.S and Mr. Saleem T shared their experiences as HRE teachers to the group. It was followed by a group activity. The whole group was divided into four groups and each chapter of the module was given to discuss and decide on the strategies and plan to implement training. The training concluded with the group presentation on their ideas and a draft plan made by the participants which could be used for the trainers.