Today we live in a world in which the day of human rights education has come. Human rights education is an international obligation with a half-century of history.1 Endorsements have been proclaimed in various global and regional legal instruments ever since 1945 when the Charter of the United Nations called for cooperation ‘in promoting and encouraging respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms’.2 Human rights education on the Internet is relatively new, but is growing faster than any previous method of education in history.

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Claude, R.P. (Richard Pierre), & Hick, S. (2016). Human rights education on the internet: Its day has come. In Human Rights and the Internet (pp. 225–237). doi:10.1057/9780333977705_20