GENOCIDE AND CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY are recognized gross violations of human rights. This new module looks at modern cases in Myanmar, Bosnia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and the Darfur region of Sudan.

FOUNDATION and GENOCIDE AND CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY are the first two of a projected series of modules on international human rights. Whether you’re a teacher or a student, you can use this material in basic courses in government, civics, history, or other social sciences.

This site is intended as a high school and post-secondary resource on human rights. Students may use the content, images, or web links for research projects. Teachers may pull out a unit, just a page at a time, or a lesson plan to fit in with their current courses.

The content you find here correlates with: Specific standards are noted
in the lesson plans
at the end of each unit.

For more ways to use this site, click on HOW TO USE THIS SITE here or in the left menu,
or click on FOUNDATION to begin.

With financial support from: the Ford Foundation, the UNL Law College, the UNL Office of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and the UNL Office of the Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
The Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity module was made possible with financial support from: the Cooper Foundation
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