National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) and Academic Institutions play important roles in relation to promoting and protecting human rights of women. To contribute to the increased capacities of these institutions to effectively work with human rights of women within their own organizations, RWI offers a blended learning training course on the equal status and human rights of women in Southeast Asia, targeting representatives of Academic Institutions and National Human Rights Institutions. Through the course participants will be given the opportunities to enhance their knowledge and skills on the practical application of instruments and mechanisms for the promotion and protection of human rights of women and gender equality in Southeast Asia. In addition, the course sets a particular focus on central human rights concerns at stake for women relating to discrimination, violence and human trafficking.
The blended learning course will run 21 May – 29 June and consist of an online component and a face-to-face component. The participants who successfully complete the online course, 21 May-17 June 2012, will be invited to participate in the face-to-face-workshop in Bangkok, Thailand 25 – 29 June 2012.
Please note that this course is by invitation only for representatives of Academic Institutions and NHRIs in Southeast Asia.
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