Elana Haviv

Elana Haviv is the Founder and Executive Director of Generation Human Rights, Inc. She designs human rights education programs that include innovative multi-disciplinary curricula for children, youth and teachers in schools, refugee settings and humanitarian emergencies in the US and abroad. The programs enable youth to develop the skills they need to live informed and engaged lives as they navigate the circumstances of the world around them. She contracts independently with international agencies as a policy and curriculum writer around human rights issues. Most recently she worked on the Addressing anti-Semitism through Education: Guidelines for Policymakers for UNESCO and the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights. She holds a Masters of Historiography in Education from Antioch University and is an oral history fellow at Columbia University. She is currently a doctoral student in Leadership and Change. (Santa Fe, NM)