Human Rights Education - As a Tool for the Reform of the Police

  • Cristina Sganga

Abstract

This article identifies the basic challenges faced by human rights activists when engaging police reform. It pays particular attention to the role of human rights education in such processes; moreover it explores what police and policing are meant to be and look like in a society where pluralism, human rights and the rule of law prevail. Lastly, it outlines the type of training required by a modern-democratic model of police functions.
Published
2006-01-10