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Bachelor Degree of Community Education, Focus on Human Rights

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 Street 72 No. 11 - 86 Building P, Second floor
Bogotá DC, Colombia, South America 
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - Continuous working day
Phone: (57-1) 594 1894 Ext. 436



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The Bachelor of Community Education, Focus on Human Rights (Lecedh, as the original acronym), emerges as an educational commitment to train professional educators –bachelor graduates– committed to generate, monitor, interpret, assess and enhance school practices and community education projects for Human Rights, contributing to transformation and a would-be emancipation answer of  educational, social, political and cultural conflicts in our country.




To assume and promote the constitution of subjects as a result of mediation and cultural negotiation between knowledge, power and desires given in educational practices by seeking to problematize the relevant educational and community contexts from ethical, political and epistemic standards in the field of training.
To train educators with the purpose to build an epistemological and sociocultural support of their relevant teaching speeches and practices; likewise, contextualizing a social subject who knows living in a given community, but recognizing and assuming social, cultural and political dissimilarities, affecting the historical development of this coexistence based on a recognition and questioning processes of subjectivity that set conditions as an individual and community. 
To train an educator from research and educational commitments in the field of Community Education and Human Rights in order to enhance the status and potential of the graduate to be assumed as an active part of the intellectual side of education and positioned based on its own specificity.
To assume and promote training processes not only from critical thinking but pedagogical, ethical and political commitments to enhance a complex understanding of practice and meaning process production by community and Human Rights, which promote the questioning of the establishment bonds as something hegemonic and dominant besides replica of social relationships derived from mutually exclusive logics, which result in breaking social, political and community organizing purposes derived from overarching powers where “a single thought” is fostered.