Women's Rights Curriculum

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Women's Rights Curriculum

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The Nosapo, Inc. Women’s Rights Curriculum facilitates a comprehensive and current women’s human rights education.

For a limited time, those who purchase the Curriculum will receive a free download of Nosapo’s Facilitation Guide, Teaching on the Ground: Practices for Mindful, Grounded Teaching. The guide compliments the education and offers best practices for trauma-informed, culturally sensitive education.

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The Nosapo, Inc. Women’s Rights Curriculum facilitates a comprehensive and current women’s human rights education. The Nosapo Women’s Rights Curriculum may be facilitated to men or women. It is suggested that the Curriculum be conducted with a mature age range; some content in this curriculum may be misunderstood or inappropriate for younger learners. The target audience for the Curriculum is populations in migratory transition, at risk of forced migration or recently resettled communities, because Nosapo’s mission is to foster human rights in the populations most at risk. Whether legal citizens of one’s own country or host country, refugees, asylum seekers, displaced, Internally Displaced Person (IDP), or migrant, the Women’s Rights Curriculum aims to support stability and knowledge of basic human rights, international women’s rights, current events and people in action, and connection through knowledge.

We recommend using Nosapo’s Facilitation Guide, Teaching on the Ground: Practices for Mindful, Grounded Teaching, to compliment the education and offer best practices for trauma-informed, culturally sensitive education. The Curriculum may be facilitated in its entirety, or the facilitator may apply individual chapters to their syllabus; each chapter is cohesive and fluid to the Curriculum as a whole but may be delivered independently as well. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is used to scaffold each chapter of the Curriculum—each chapter beginning with an article of the UDHR.