Youth Human Right Education Club (HRE Club)
Youth HRE club is one of the activities carried out by the WNSO with students at higher secondary schools and Colleges at Kathmandu Valley. Volunteers will be involved in the activities of the Club having a role of facilitating activities of various types with the students. The volunteers will collaborate in designing the activities of the youth club, focusing on different themes each time (human rights, citizenship, youth policy, environment, gender conflicts, etc.). Volunteers will collaborate in the organization and implementation of debates, BLOG competitions, workshops, painting, etc. This initiative will provide exceptional growth opportunities for young volunteers, who will acquire different skills useful both professionally and personally. The main themes of the activities were anti-discrimination and human rights education aiming to contribute to create a culture of peace and human rights for all and to enhance active participation through volunteering in schools and colleges.Through volunteering and cooperation it aims to promote a culture of peace and human rights.
The HRE project is way of learning and disseminates the knowledge of HRE and to enhance personal development through Inter-cultural learning. The key method is applying the framework of non- formal education and peace education approach: experiential learning, cooperative learning, active participation, learning by doing. The main aim is to help the community especially in the orphanage and disable center and to work with peers of school/colleges for the inclusion and promote intercultural learning among volunteers. WNSO is planing to establish a HRE library in Koteshower, Kathmandu.
Kantipur City College (KCC), Putalisadak has been selected for the HRE club.