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New short certificate course on alternative dispute resolution

Peace dove carrying a rifle (image source: Steven Courchesne)12 April 2011 -- HREA and the University for Peace Human Rights Centre will offer a new certificate e-learning course. Human Rights and Alternative Dispute Resolution is designed for working professionals in NGOs, government, international organisations, businesses, or community leaders interested in addressing human rights violations through alternative dispute resolution (ADR) tools. The course will discuss the challenges and opportunities in using ADR tools to address various types of human rights violations from both a theoretical and practical perspective. Practitioners and scholars alike have started to develop an increased interest in the linkages between human rights and alternative dispute resolution. NGOs and international organisations are currently advocating integrated third party interventions in violent conflicts that have both human rights and conflict resolution units closely working together. Throughout this course the role played by human rights violations at different conflict stages will be explored.

Application deadline for the course has been extended until 22 April 2011. For further information about each course and on-line application, please go to: www.hrea.org/alternative-dispute-resolution.

This short certificate course is part of a series of e-learning courses offered by HREA in collaboration with the University for Peace Human Rights Centre.

 

 

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