CCSFP Holds Human Rights Seminar For Teachers [ Wednesday, 15th of February 2017 | 7 months ago ]
CCSFP Officer-in-charge Tricia Gayle Bondoc said the forum seeks to raise awareness on human rights and its importance for the protection of one's life, dignity and self development.
"Ito po yung napapanahon ngayon. As educators, we should know the rights of each individual and pass it on to the younger generation for them to avoid being discriminated or abused," she added.
Other topics discussed include the pedagody how to teach peace and the effective ways to involve the youth in addressing current social, economic and environmental issues.
For his part Mayor Edwin ‘EdSa' Santiago said that the academe serves as the key player in preparing the students for the real world.
"Everything starts with education. Here in the city, we place the highest premium on education because we believe that educated citizens are the key to the city's prosperity," said Mayor EdSa.
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