Human rights education is a cross-cutting theme that runs throughout all the work of the League. Patricia Guerrero explains that human rights education begins with women gathering to analyze their problems. It should be noted that taking women's testimonials is a vital part of the human rights education process associated with the League's work. HRE workshops led in part by lawyers explain the origin of the violations, their consequences, and the imperative. Deyanira also expresses this feeling of empowerment and eagerness to share with others her knowledge: The experience of the League and the City of Women teaches us that we should avoid taking too narrow a view of human rights education. In the language of Lave and Wenger, they move from legitimate peripheral participation into full participation. The present study has sought to shed some light on the nature of human rights learning as it takes place within communities of practice.