Weber Educational Research & Instructional Studies


March 2018, Vol. 4 (3), ISSN:2449-1608

© Author(s) 2018. This work is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.

Research Article

Human Rights in University Education from the Perspective of the Law Professor of the National University of Chimborazo UNACH-RIOBAMBA

Hugo Fernando Guamán Mendoza1 & María Dolores Guamán Lozada2

1 UNACH-RIOBAMBA, Ecuador.

2 UNACH-RIOBAMBA, Ecuador.



 

Accepted 6th April, 2018; Available Online 11th April, 2018.


Abstract:

Since the existence of humanity, one of several key requirements to meet, has been the respect for Human Rights, because it continues existing while the authority' s power abuse, will be no discrimination and inequality which upsets the society in general, this being indicative of change in strategies to govern and the correct application of public policies that seek equitable citizens' welfare, while not satisfy these needs of the population deteriorates the residents' life quality, who seeks to know how the rules and not being listened lead to acts of violence, this paper aims to sensitize public authorities especially university education in order to be recorded in the curriculum of the different faculties the Human Rights Education course as professionals to practice and promote them, constitute the cornerstone of the development of mankind, will discuss the violation of Human Rights since the ancient period, foundations and aspiration of UNESCO, education human Rights, concluding that respect for human dignity is based on the practice of moral values.

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