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Intensive Training Programme in Human Rights

Call for Applications:
Intensive Training Programme in Human Rights
Online Phase: 5 October – 4 November 2015
Face‐to‐face in Lund, Sweden: 9 November – 4 December 2015

As part of its Capacity Development Programme in Cambodia 2013‐2017, the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI) in Cambodia hereby calls for applications from Cambodian candidates to participate in RWI’s Intensive Training Programme in Human Rights, carried out 5 October ‐ 4 November 2015 (online) and 9 November ‐ 4 December (face‐to‐face in Lund, Sweden). For more information about the Intensive Training Programme, please see the attached brochure.

Course objectives
The overall objective of the intensive course is to build the capacity of the participants in relation to the practical application of human rights in their respective countries. By capacity we mean the combination of knowledge, skills and attitudes, with an ultimate aim to empower the participants to have a ommitment towards human rights friendly change.

Participants will have the possibility to study, in detail, how human rights are implemented in practice in Sweden by making visits to Swedish organisations, institutions and authorities while they study in Lund.

In addition, by mixing participants from different countries and sectors, there will be possibilities to explore networking opportunities among the participants. These networks can contribute substantially to furthering students’ human rights work.

The course is primarily targeted at professionals who work with human rights in practice but who are in need of additional human rights education and training. The participants will be selected from Belarus, Cambodia, Kenya, Myanmar and Turkey, and represent a variety of sectors and backgrounds. The participants will represent civil society and the three areas prioritized by RWI: Academic Institutions, National Human Rights Institutions and Justice Sector Institutions.

Course content
  • Overview of the international system for the promotion and protection of human rights;
  • Civil, Political, Economic, Social and Cultural rights;
  • Implementation and monitoring of human rights;
  • Regional systems for the promotion and protection of human rights;
  • Equal rights and non-discrimination;
  • Human Rights in the Administration of Justice;
  • The role of national human rights institutions in the promotion and protection of human rights;
  • Freedom of expression and association;
  • Gender Equality and Human Rights of Women;
  • Human rights education;

Costs

RWI will cover all necessary costs for participating in the training programme, including costs for:
  • participation and training, such as lectures, literature, documentation, study tours and scheduled social activities;
  • accommodation, including board and lodging;
  • international travel cost to and from Sweden;
  • participants will in addition receive a small daily stipend.
Requirements and Selection Process
RWI will select in total four (4) Cambodian participants for the intensive programme. To be eligible for participation the applicants must be Cambodian citizens residing in Cambodia and be:
  • Staff/lecturers/researchers affiliated with an Academic Institution in Cambodia and/or
  • Staff of a Cambodian Justice Sector Institution

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