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Upcoming human rights courses in first term of 2013

Computer keyboard20 December 2012 -- HREA will be offering 15 human rights courses via e-learning courses in the first term of 2013. The e-learning courses are generally six weeks in duration and involve approximately 50 hours of reading, interaction with participants and instructor(s) on discussion boards, webinars, quizzes and other assignments. Discounted tuition rates from 15-25% apply if you register and pay by 15 January. The following courses will be offered in January-March 2013:

- Protection Against Torture (2 January-12 March 2013)
- Monitoring & Evaluation in the NGO Sector (23 January-5 March 2013)
- Project Development and Management in the NGO Sector (23 January-19 March 2013)
- Children in War and Armed Conflicts (30 January-12 March 2012)
- Children's Rights (Foundation Course) (30 January-12 March 2012)
- Gender Mainstreaming (30 January-16 April 2013)
- Child Rights Programming (6 February-23 April 2013)
- Gender and Human Rights (Foundation Course) (6 February-19 March 2013)
- EU Migration and Asylum Law and Policies (13 February-26 March 2013) NEW!
- Indigenous Peoples' Rights (13 February-26 March 2013)
- International Human Rights Law (Foundation Course) (13 February-26 March 2013)
- Migration and Asylum (Foundation Course) (13 February-26 March 2013) NEW!
- Minority Rights (13 February-26 March 2013)
- Use of ICTs and Social Media for Human Rights Work (13 February-30 April 2013)
- Psychosocial Consequences of Migration and Asylum (6 March-16 April 2013) NEW!

For further information about each course please click on the course link above. Please note that we no longer have registration deadlines. Instead we offer early registration discounts up to 25% of the full tuition rate. For an overview of all courses, please visit www.hrea.org/courses.


About HREA's Distance Learning Programme

Since 2002, over 6,000 human rights defenders, development practitioners, humanitarian workers, staff members of international organisations and graduate students have successfully participated in Human Rights Education Associates (HREA)'s e-learning courses.

Further information about HREA's Distance Learning Programme can be found at: http://www.hrea.org/DLP/

 

 

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