May 1, 2011 (Volume 1, Issue 5)
|Volume 1 • Issue 5 • May 1, 2011|
Global Youth Connect began operating in August 1999 as a fully incorporated 501(c)3 non- profit organization. Over the past decade, GYC has “developed and implemented programs that are supporting and inspiring the passions and lives of youth and helping to create change on a wide variety of human rights and social justice issues around the world.” Over the past decade, GYC has organized 26 human rights training programs serving more than 625 young people around the world, including youth leaders from 15 differentcountries. In December 2010, GYC began a bi-monthly newsletter, Human Rights Learning & Action News.
The Anti-Defamation League’s A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute has numerous lists of recommended multicultural and anti-bias books for children. Under the category Prejudice and Discrimination are lists of age-appropriate books dealing with the Holocaust, human rights, bullying and name-calling, racism, anti-Semitism and religious discrimination, as well as many other topics.
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