Unesco's Ethics Education Programme
ten Have, Henk
Journal of Medical Ethics 2008 January; 34(1): 57-59
Unesco initiated the Ethics Education Programme in 2004 at the request of member states to reinforce and increase the capacities in the area of ethics teaching. The programme is focused on providing detailed information about existing teaching programmes. It also develops and promotes teaching through proposals for core curricula, through a training course for ethics teachers and by distributing educational resources to support programmes.
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