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Human Rights Based Approaches to Development: Programme Cycle Management
Saturday 2nd - Friday 8th September, 2006 at National University of Ireland, Maynooth, IRELAND
This programme will explore the principles, policies and practice underpinning human rights based development and enhance participantsí skills in programming on this basis. Participants are facilitated in approaching their own development as an on-going process to enhance skills in teamwork, building relationships, communication, advocacy and designing strategic partnerships. Reflecting the multi-disciplinary nature of human rights based development, the training programme is aimed at policy advisors, project managers etc, with human rights specialisation, experience in development or humanitarian contexts as well as those working in development issues in industrialised countries. Priority for applications received by 1st June.
Human Rights Fieldwork - Principles, Strategies and Skills
Saturday 28th October - Sunday 5th November 2006 at National University of Ireland, Maynooth + Field Exercise at Irish Defence Forces training facility Coolmoney Camp, County Wicklow, IRELAND.
This programme will explore the principles underpinning effective human rights fieldwork and enhance the skills of participants to carry this out safely before, during or after armed conflict. The emphasis is on ensuring that human rights fieldwork is relevant, effective, sustainable, participatory and accountable. Priority for applications received by 1st August
Further information on all IHRN Training programmes at: www.ihrnetwork.org/current-programme.htm