Human rights can only be achieved through an informed and continued demand by people for their protection.
Human rights education promotes values, beliefs and attitudes that encourage all individuals to uphold their own rights and those of others. It develops an understanding of everyone’s common responsibility to make human rights a reality in each community.
Human rights education constitutes an essential contribution to the long-term prevention of human rights abuses and represents an important investment in the endeavour to achieve a just society in which all human rights of all persons are valued and respected.
In HAMI centers we focuses on:
Improving prospects for refugees ;Promoting education and social servises for refugees, immigrants and vulnerable host communities; and protecting the human rights of refugees and migrants;
Through our activities, HAMI helps to improve the prospects of migrants, refugees and the communities that host them.
While forcibly displaced persons face specific vulnerabilities, including psychological trauma, lack of opportunity and protection risks, host communities struggle to pursue their own development efforts in an environment that has been transformed by a large influx of newcomers.
As displacement has become increasingly protracted, responses are focusing more on durable solutions backed by more dignified, inclusive and comprehensive programmes for refugees and the communities that host them.