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Join the Centre for Human Rights Education for the second in our Research Seminar Series for 2018 with speaker Enrique Azúa, head of education and public engagement at the National Institute for Human Rights in Chile.

Current Challenges for Human Rights Education: The Chilean Case



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Enrique Azua

Born in Chile, Enrique Azúa completed a teaching degree in history and geography at the University of Santiago and postgraduate studies in education and public policy at the University of Chile, and is currently completing a Master degree in history and political science. After working as a public school teacher in Santiago during the 1980s and 1990s, Azúa was national consultant in human rights education at Chile’s Ministry of Education between 2004 and 2010, and since then he has been head of education and public engagement at Chile’s National Institute for Human Rights. Azúa has also been a member of several multidisciplinary research teams in the area of education in Chile and is sole author and co-author of numerous primary and secondary school text books on social science subjects, as well as co-author of academic articles on human rights.



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