The following Exploring Humanitarian Law (EHL) teaching and support materials are available:
- Introduction brochure
- Education modules for young people: Five modules, with detailed lesson plans for each exploration, including concepts, objectives, and key ideas for each exploration.
- Glossary: Set of definitions of IHL-related terms and of various other terms used in EHL.
- Methodology Guide: Manual to assist teachers in their preparation for teaching EHL. The guide offers a number of workshops that enable teachers to familiarize themselves with the teaching methods suggested by EHL and with the classroom activities contained in EHL.
- IHL Guide: A brochure enabling teachers to explore certain legal issues in greater depth.
- Guidelines for inserting EHL into the curriculum: A brochure and charts offering an overview on how each exploration can be inserted in a broad range of subject areas.
- Guidelines for experimentation and evaluation: A guide to the processes of introducing EHL into the curriculum, planning for national experimentation, assessing experimentation, and planning for implementation.
The EHL education toolkit also provides various resources that teachers can use with their students, including texts, posters, student videos, and worksheets. All of these materials can be downloaded from the EHL Virtual Campus website.
The revised 2008 English and French versions of all of these materials can be downloaded from the section on Teacher resources.
Many more language versions are produced locallyand are available for downloading. Please note that some of these versions have been adapted to local contexts and may come in a somewhat different structure.
Click on the relevant link to obtain a hard copy of the EHL curriculum:
English: EHL pack / DVD
French: EHL pack / DVD
Spanish: EHL pack / DVD