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Human Rights Seminar with Excursion to Way of Human Rights

Apart from getting to know the Way of Human Rights, as a political work of art, the participants will look at the individual articles of the Human Rights Declaration. Various methods, such as short lectures, group work, discussions and media are used to work out the essential characteristics of human rights and to examine their importance for people. One of the aims is always to establish a connection with the realities of young people’s or adults’ lives.

This seminar may be booked by school classes from all types of schools, as well as youth groups from different countries and adult education classes. Content will always be adapted to the interests and previous knowledge of the participants.

Duration: 3-4 hours
Venue: Heilig-Geist-Haus, Hans-Sachs-Platz 2, 90403 Nürnberg

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Human Rights Office

Helga Riedl

Telephone: +49(0)911-2315015

Fax: 0911 / 231 - 3040

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Guided Tour of the Way of Human Rights

In 1993, the Way of Human Rights was erected between Kornmarkt and the town wall, bordered by the old and new buildings of the Germanische Nationalmuseum. The Way consists of 27 white pillars, each eight metres high, two plaques in the ground, a pillar oak and a gateway. The guided tour will take an in-depth look at this very special street, and will highlight the intellectual, spiritual, political and social aspects of this work of art.
The guided tour is directed at groups, either of young people or adults.

Duration: 45 minutes
Meeting point: White gateway of the Way of Human Rights, Kornmarkt

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Human Rights Office

Helga Riedl

Telephone: +49(0)911-2315015

Fax: 0911 / 231 - 3040

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Human Rights Education within the Municipal Administration

A close look at human rights is intended to increase one’s own awareness and understanding of human rights topics. In the course of this, City of Nuremberg personnel learn about the City’s varied human rights activities. The seminar looks at the human rights relevance of administrative actions and what active implementation of human rights can look like. The discussions are supplemented by examples from the everyday working life of the respective departments.

All departments of the City of Nuremberg municipal administration may enrol for this seminar.

Duration: one day
Venue: Heilig-Geist-Haus, Hans-Sachs-Platz 2, 90403 Nürnberg

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Human Rights Office

Helga Riedl

Telephone: +49(0)911-2315015

Fax: 0911 / 231 - 3040

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On request, the Human Rights Office offers human rights seminars for companies and in-service training institutions for specific professions.


Seminars in Conjunction with an Exhibition Visit, in the Study Forum of the Documentation Centre Party Rally Grounds or in the Memorium Nuremberg Trials.

“Against National Socialism: Human Rights“

The crimes of National Socialism led to world-wide horror. In 1948, the “Universal Declaration of Human Rights” for the first time established a moral, political and legal basis for state actions. From now on, governments were never to treat their citizens arbitrarily. The questions of how far the hopes of this era have been fulfilled and what importance human rights have for contemporary politics are discussed.

From the Nuremberg Trials to the International Criminal Court

The International Military Tribunal of the main war criminals in Nuremberg and the “Nuremberg Principles” form the starting point for this seminar. The legal and political foundations of this “trial of the century” will be introduced and compared to the newly established International Criminal Court in The Hague.

Seminars on these two topics may be booked by school classes from the 9th form, vocational school classes, secondary school classes at the qualification stage, in-service training groups from the army, the police and other interested professions.

Documentation Centre Nazi Party Rally Grounds

Bayernstraße 10

Telephone: +49(0)911-2315666

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