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Human Rights in Conflict

IPT Specialisation Course HUman Rights in Conflict

This course aims at enhancing the skills needed by professionals to monitor, protect and promote human rights in the field. The aquired knowledge helps to ensure that their work is efficient, relevant, sustainable, participatory , and carried out safely during or after violent conflicts. As part of the course participants will get a sound knowledge of international and regional human rights laws and standards; learn necessary specific competences and skills relevant human rights field operations; get familiar with the theoretical as well as the practical aspects of an officer´s tasks (human rights promotion, capacity-building and technical assistance).

Course fees: 1410 Euro. This includes tuition fees, course materials, coffee breaks, full-board accomodation in single rooms at Hotel Burg Schlaining, joint transport to and from the airport, and a social event. Scholarships available for participants of non-OSCE states - deadline 1 of July!

When

20 Oct 2017 @ 04:00 pm

29 Oct 2017 @ 09:00 am

Duration: 8 days, 17 hours


Where

Schlaining Peace Castle

Rochusplatz 1

Stadtschlaining

Austria


Organised by

Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution

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