Police Training & Public Dissent
Canadian police educational program planning models are studied and contrasted with some Western European models in their adequacy to prepare officers to respect the rights of protesters to dissent.
||Educational Program Planning Models, Public Protest, Police Human Rights Education, Police Discretionary Powers
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 5, pp.67-80.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 2.295MB).
Luis Alberto D’Elia is a former prisoner of conscience from the Argentina of the 70’s. A Clinical Biochemist Doctor when he and his wife were imprisoned for their social justice work, Luis became a passionate human rights defender.
Married with three children, Luis completed a BSc in Biological Sciences (University of Alberta, UofA), worked in microbiology research, completed an After-Degree in Education (UofA) worked as a teacher in Alberta since 1989, obtained a Master’s degree in Educational Policy Studies-Adult & Higher Education (UofA), and he is presently teaching at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Education.
He is also the Police & Human Rights Coordinator for Amnesty International Canada and he is a member of few committees and Board of Directors of social justice and international development organizations. All volunteer posts.
Luis paints, performs
SouthAmerican dances, and
plays strings in a Latino
band with his wife
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