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The Contribution of Peer Mediation to the Implementation of Human Rights Education

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This chapter covers my research on Peer Mediation in France and other geographical contexts (Condette, Éducation comparée 14:117–139, 2016a), where I insist on the indispensability of an education-based training It highlights the particular mindset the participants have to adopt that leads to develop and push forward the deeply human resources belonging to every human being (Condette, Polit Crossroads, James Nicholas Publishers 22(2):5–20, 2015; Éducation comparée 14:117–139, 2016a). From several experiments I conducted, my purpose is to explain the meaning and scope of peer mediation, but also the difficulties for its implementation. When supported, this particular form of regulation, because it being grounded in an educational process, makes it possible to prevent violence, relieve social tensions and ease relationships between individuals. It also promotes the development of social skills closely linked to the promotion of citizenship and the acknowledgement of Human Rights.
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hal-03157468 , version 1 (03-03-2021)

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Sylvie Condette. The Contribution of Peer Mediation to the Implementation of Human Rights Education. Joseph Zajda (ed.). Human Rights Education Globally, 22, Springer, pp.159-172, 2020, Globalisation, Comparative Education and Policy Research, 978-94-024-1912-2. ⟨10.1007/978-94-024-1913-9_8⟩. ⟨hal-03157468⟩
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