Launched in 2016, the Teaching Business and Human Rights Handbook (BHRHandbook.org) seeks to advance business and human rights education by providing teachers with resources for teaching the most common business and human rights topics.
The Handbook has published fifteen teaching notes authored by Teaching Forum members. Each Teaching Note follows a common format (see Author Guidelines) including: an overview of the topic, teaching approaches, key questions for students, and a representative list of teaching resources. The online Handbook is edited by Anthony Ewing.
Introduction: Teaching Business and Human Rights
Contribute to the Teaching BHR Handbook
The Teaching BHR Handbook relies on contributions from Teaching Forum members. If you would like to contribute a Teaching Note on a topic that you teach, please review the Author Guidelines and contact the Handbook Editor.