From the iEARN Archives:
The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) 2001 Report, "Educating Children and Youth Against Racism" highlights the work on iEARN:
'iEARN is not solely devoted to anti-racism projects: others of its projects focus on the environment, on poverty, and on child labour, to take just a few examples. Still, its anti-racism work is prominent, and far-reaching. Of interest here is the combination of the Internet context – promising the widest possible dissemination of anti-racism materials adaptable to local contexts by local teachers and students – with the formal classroom setting, where materials from everywhere can be marshaled, developed, and contextualized for local needs.'