NORDEM Training in International Applied Human Rights Work

In 2016 NORDEM offers a course in applied international human rights work. The aim of this course is to provide the participants with the tools and skills necessary to integrate and promote human rights into their work for an international organisation. It will cover the whole cycle of human rights monitoring as the basis for human rights advocacy and capacity building.

Participants at NORDEMs course 2014

The participants at the NORDEM course in 2014 included NORDEM personnel on mission, roster members and external participants from the OSCE. Photo: NORDEM

In addition to NORDEM's roster members and secondees, the training is also open to  participants nominated through NORDEM's partner organizations, Norwegian NGOs and Norwegian government bodies that work with human rights in an international context, primarily candidates who are going on international assignments or aspire to do so. External participants pay a fee of 3000 NOK for participation, accommodation and meals.

The course lasts for three days (19 -21 September) and is held in English. The trainers are international experts with relevant field and training experience.

See the concept note and draft programme for more information about this year's course.

If you are in the target group and interested in participating or nominating candidates, please send a CV and Application Form to NORDEM (nordem-programme@nchr.uio.no) as soon as possible and no later than than 22 August 2016.

You can read about last year's training here

 

Published Feb. 22, 2013 1:59 PM - Last modified Aug. 8, 2016 2:58 PM