EDUCACIÓN FOR PEACE, CITIZENSHIP AND HUMAN RIGHTS
MONOGRAPHS:
Title: Ciudadanía sin fronteras. Como pensar y aplicar una educación en valores.
Author: Sánchez Torrado, Santiago.
Publishing: Desclée De Brouwer, Bilbao 1998.
With the word citizenship, this book describes and summarizes the different educative proposals at the moment:  moral education, education in tolerance, education for peace, civic and democratic education, education in solidarity, education for utopy.
Nine educative experiences are shown within the aforementioned scopes.
Title: Cultura democrática: un desafío para las escuelas.
Author: Meyer- Bisch, Patrice (dir.).
Publishing: UNESCO, Paris, 1995.
Different educational experiences for democracy are shown and achieved within the framework of the Plan of Associated Schools in Costa Rica, France, Senegal, Colombia and Philippines, among others. 
Title: De los Derechos Humanos.
Author: Shute, Stephen y Hurely, Susan (Editores). Con capítulos de Steven Likes, John Rawls, Catharine MacKinnon y otros.
Publishing: Trotta, Madrid, 1998.
A group of prestigious jurists and political philosophers gathered by Amnesty International analyzes in-depth matters such as war crimes, aggression against women in warlike situations, different methods of social organization around the world and how to find a common ground in protection of rights and the debate about minorities. 
Title: La Declaración Universal de los Derechos Humanos.
Author: Asociación para las Naciones Unidas en España.
Publishing: Icaria, Barcelona, 1998.
A group of outstanding specialists coordinated by Professsor Xabier Pons Rafols studies different aspects of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and takes up aspects such as their link to the International Humanitarian Law and the system of Human Rights protection.  The detailed analysis of each of the 30 articles of the Declaration is a useful aid in the creation of educative materials. 
Title: La Declaración Universal de los Derechos Humanos. Un breve comentario en su 50 aniversario.
Author: Oraá, Jaime y Gómez Isa, Felipe.
Publishing: Instituto de Derechos Humanos/Forum Deusto/Universidad de Deusto, Bilbao, 1997.
The writers, jurists of the Universidad de Deusto, explain the historical, legal and moral reasons for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights origins, analyze its features and places it in the present context with special attention to the expansion of economical, social and cultural rights. From a political, moral and legal view, this Declaration is considered by them more important today than when it was raised. 
Title: Los Derechos Humanos en la Comunidad Educativa.
Author: Cáceres, Elena y González Pérez, Inmaculada.
Publishing: Asociación IDA-Viento Sur, S/C de Tenerife, 1997.
Education cards to deal with human rights from different areas such as maths, social studies, science, French, English, language, religion and ethics, plastic art.  It provides support materials to achieve different activities.  It is addressed to Secondary Education, specially at  first stage.  
Títle: Derechos humanos en la escuela.
Author: Bustamante, Francisco y González, María Luisa.
Publishing: SERPAJ, Montevideo, 1995.
Manual for education in human rights that deals with the concept of human rights, their evolution and educational role.  It provides different educational resources on the right of life, civil, political, economical and social rights and rights of nations. This book includes a documentary annex with the main documents and declarations.  It is addressed to Secondary Education, higher certificate and adults.
Title: Dignidad frente a barbarie. La Declaración Universal de Derechos Humanos, cincuenta años después.
Author: Carrillo Salcedo, Juan Antonio.
Publishing: Trotta, Madrid, 1999.
One of the most prestigious Spanish jurists, Professor of Public International Law of the Universidad de Sevilla, studies the validity of the Letter of the United Nations and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  He analyzes the historical context on which they were raised and shows their present validity.  The writer has carried out an accessible text to audience but without missing the rigour of law and shows his conviction that in a half century there have been enough progresses up to the creation of the International Penal Court, that permits  to have hope.   
Title: Educación en Derechos Humanos. Propuestas didácticas.
Author: Amnistía Internacional.
Publishing: Los Libros de la Catarata, Madrid, 1995.
An educational proposal that contributes to the knowledge of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and respectful attitudes and behaviours on behalf of the same in conflict situations. It provides a group of activities that deals with the basic concepts of Human Rights and procedures to protect them.   It is about prisoners of conscience, torture, death sentence, impartial judgments, among others. 

Title: Educación y democracia : II Encuentros sobre educación en El Escorial
Publishing: Comunidad de Madrid, Consejería de Educación, Madrid, 2004.
It gathers the conferences delivered from a plural and interdisciplinary prospect.  The basic idea keeps that the essence of the democratic coexistence is found in the balance of the main values inspired by the European constitutions as a reflection of the common heritage of the western civilization.  And these values are only  transferred, taught and learned through citizens' education.

Title: Exclusión social y políticas activas para la inclusión.
Author: Millán Calenti, José C. (comp.)
Publishing: Instituto Galego de Iniciativas Sociales y Sanitarias, A Coruña, 2004.
Exchange of experiences and information allowing to go deeply into a better knowledge and application of public policies aimed at promoting social inclusion, at the time as encouraging the responsibility and behaviour of all citizens in a model of an active social welfare.

Títle: La ética de la sociedad civil.
Author: Cortina, Adela.
Publishing: Grupo Anaya, Madrid 1994.
This book deals with moral education, its contents within the framework of a pluralist society.  From subjection to moral citizenship is analized.  Proposals are carried out to build a more human world.  It is about pluralism against dogmatism and respect in contrast to intransigence.
Títle: Guía de los Derechos Humanos.
Author: Beltrán del Rey, Jordi y Roig Ribé, Antonio.
Publishing: Alhambra Longman, Madrid, 1995.
A detailed study of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and documents related to the subject with appendixes about International Agreements on Political and Civil Rights and Economical, Social and Cultural Rights, the Convention against Torture, the European Convention on  computerized Data, Title I of the Spanish Constitution, Timetables of Human Rights with the data for its approval and ratification (or not) by Spain.  An educational proposal for a group working on different articles of the Declaration.
Títle: Los siete saberes necesarios para la educación del futuro.
Author: Morin, Edgar.
Publishing: Paidos/UNESCO, Barcelona, 1999.
This author raises seven basic know-hows that the future education should deal with in any society and culture.  One of the most difficult challenges will be modifying the thought in order to face the increasing complexity, the speed of changes and the unforeseeable nature of this planet.  The book describes seven know-hows and makes proposals of great interest.
 
DIDACTIC GUIDES AND EDUCATIVE SOURCES
Title: Ciudadanía e interculturalidad.
Author: VV. AA.
Publishing: revista Anthropos nº 191, 2001.
A monograph on the citizenship subject. It raises the need of reconsidering the present problems that an intercultural society faces up. It provides keys to build up a political and ethical project of a citizenship beyond the legal legitimacy. A reflection of Victoria Camps is included on education for intercultural coexistence. 
Title: Como educar para la democracia. Estrategias educativas.
Author: Pérez Serrano, Gloria.
Publishing: Popular, Madrid 1997.
This book is about learning to live proposed in Delors report "Aprender para el siglo XXI".  It is about pluralism and diversity, respect and tolerance, empathy and dialogue for the resolution of conflicts.  Practical activities on education for peace and tolerance are proposed. 
T¡tle: Derechos humanos.
Author: Tuvilla Rayo, José (compilador).
Publishing: Junta de Andalucía, Sevilla, 1990. 1ª ed.
This book provides keys about the importance of the human rights for building up peace based in justice.  It provides a group of exercises and dynamics for working human rights from a social and affective approach.  The issues are:  peace, torture, death sentence and missing persons; families of the world, refugees, problems of the international community,  cooperative games, the weakest persons and the working world, sexism, racism and apartheid. 
Title: Derechos humanos. Preguntas y respuestas.
Author: Levin, Leah.
Publishing: UNESCO, Paris 1998.
This book contains basic information about the main tools with regard to the human rights, procedures used for its application and the activities of the international organizations to promote and protect such rights.  It was published in 1981 and translated in numerous languaged and updated in this version.  It is addressed to students, professors and all those persons interested in human rights. 
Title: La enseñanza de los derechos humanos.
Authors: Sanchez Ferriz, Remedios y Jimena Quesada, Luis.
Publishing: Ariel, Barcelona, 1995.
An approach of teaching human rights is carried out as the main topic of democracy consolidation.  The roles of education and school are analyzed in regard to human rights familiarization. Some experiences of comparative law in the United States, Italy and Germany are shown.
Title: Nuestros derechos.
Author: Díez Ruiz, D. Fernando.
Publishing: Ararteko/ IPE, Vizcaya, 2001.
An educative folder based in the Convention of the Rights for Children.  It contains educative resources for teachers, students (from 9 to 12 years old) and families in order to work the principles of the Convention with practical exercises.  It is an educative proposal to develop  during three years, with activities cards, bibliography, support materials (reference books, reading, websites), group dynamics and a final evaluation.
 
 
 

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