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Challenges of Introducing Human Rights Education in the African Countries, and Proposing a Contextual Human Rights Education Course for the African Universities through the Lens of Socioecoethical model of Human Rights Education

Challenges of Introducing Human Rights Education in the African Countries, and Proposing a Contextual Human Rights Education Course for the African Universities through the Lens of Socioecoethical model of Human Rights Education

Africa is the world’s second most populated, and the largest continent, spread out in over fifty-four sovereign countries. The combined population of the African continent is around 1.39 billion, of which, women constitute more than half the population (The United Nations, 2022, as cited in Worldometer, 2022a). 

European Colonialism and Imperialism are the distinctive features of Africa’s history. Today, it is one of the progressive...

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