How churches implement the Human Rights' Training ManualHow churches implement the Human Rights' Training Manual

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Training on Freedom of Religion or Belief

Training on Freedom of Religion or Belief took place from 12-15 November in Elstal, Germany. The training was hosted by the Union of Free churches in Germany, organized by the European Baptist Federation (EBF) and the Church and Society Commission of the Conference of European Churches (CEC).

Freedom of Religion or Belief in Prison - Presentation by BJW Cave

Humans and their Rights: Introduction to the Concept of Human Rights law - Presentation by Natalia Vasilevich

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The Church & Society Commission of CEC & the
Federation of Protestant Churches in Italy

CHURCHES’ VOICE ON HUMAN RIGHTS TRAINING ON SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL RIGHTS IN THE EUROMEDITERRANEAN REGION


30 Oct - 1 November 2013,
La Noce Centro Diaconale, Palermo, Italy

The course aims to give a firm base of knowledge on the international human rights law
focused on the social, economic and cultural rights and its instruments and mechanisms. The training will provide an opportunity for churches to meet and exchange expertise on the human rights situation from both sides of the Mediterranean Sea in order to promote the values that underline an open and pluralistic democratic society based on the promotion and protection of human dignity, equality and freedom.

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Now available in Serbian

Европске цркве и људска права
Актуелни изазови и материјал за обуку

European Churches engaging in Human Rights - Present Challenges and Training Material

The manual has been translated and published by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) in Serbia. 

The Church and Society Commission of CEC is very grateful to KAS for having made this possible.

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Asociación Internacional para la Defensa de la Libertad Religiosa (ADLR) -  13 April 2013

ADLR refer to our Human Rights Training Manual for Churches on their website (in Spanish).

Manuales de formación sobre Derechos Humanos para iglesias europeas

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© CEC/Rüdiger Noll

Training on Human Rights, Freedom of Religion or Belief for All
7- 10 November 2012, Novi Sad - Serbia

Invitation     Progamme


Introduction to the concept of the International Human Rights Law
- Serbian
Doc. Dr. Dejan Pavlovic - Centre for International Humanitarian law & International Organisations of the Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade

Introduction to the International Organisations as a tool for the promotion and protection of Human Rights - Serbian
Prof. Dr. Tanja Miscevic - Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade

Introduction to the International human Rights instruments & mechanisms I (UN, OSCE) - Serbian
Mr Milos Hrnjaz, ME - Centre for International Humanitarian Law & International Organisationsof the Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade

Introduction to the International Human Rights instruments and mechanisms II (EU, CoE) - Serbian
Doc. Dr. Dejan Pavlovic - Centre for International Humanitarian law & International Organisations of the Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade

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European churches engaging in human rights
Present challenges and training material

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Bible and Human Rights - Serbian
H. E. Bishop Prof. Dr. David Perovic - Diocese of Krusevac, Faculty of Orthodox Theology of the Serbian Orthodox Church, University of Belgrade

The whole problem of the connection and relationship of love and justice in the legal according to The Apostle Paul was based on the beliefs that love, as He said, mostly beyond the role of justice as a guiding idea of the general Law. What is their relationship?

Additional material : 

Contribution by Mr. Davor Salom
Federation of Jewish communities in Serbia- Serbian

Contribution by Mr. Damjan Culafic
Diocese of Budimlje-Niksic - Serbian

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International Journal for Religious Freedom - Volume 5, Issue 1, 2012
ISSN 2070-5484

PAGE 173

CEC Human Rights Training Manual for European Churches, Conference of European Churches, Brussels, 2012.
The Civil Society Commission of the Conference of European Churches, published a Human Rights Training Manual for European Churches. The manual contains a human rights reader as well as material for training workshops and seminars.

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Implementation of the Manual (PowerPoint only) by Natalia Vasiljevic - WSCF

Training on freedom of religion or believe in the program of staff and officers meeting of World Student Christian Federation (European Region), which took place in the ESG office in Bremen, Germany on 23-26th February 2012.

Participants: staff and officers of the WSCF-E and its member movements from different European countries (Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Britain, Denmark, Finland, Germany & Norway)

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"Why should we deal with children's rights in church?" by Dr Chrystalla Kaloyirou - presented  in the EFECW seminar 2011

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During the EYCE training on Anti-Discrimination which took place on the 21 of March 2012, Rev. Peter Ciaccio used the materials from the Manual to prepare this  presentation.