The legal principles and practice underpinning human rights based approaches to justice sector reform
The inter-linkages between justice sector actors (law enforcement, judicial, corrections, etc)
The relationship between the justice sector and related sectors ('security sector'), and concepts 'rule of law', 'good governance'
Human Rights Based needs assessment, programme design, implementation, monitoring & evaluation
- Programming tools (including Human Rights Based benchmarks and indicators)
- Case studies from national contexts and international field missions (conflict and post-conflict)
- Teamwork, advocacy and strategic partnerships
The Programme uses a variety of pedagogical techniques; including presentations, plenary discussions, group work and role-plays, case studies, etc. The programme is highly participatory and emphasises cross-learning among participants, based upon advance reflection. Advance reading provides participants with a common grounding in the international legal framework governing justice sector reform and human rights based approaches.
An indicative programme is available here, and will be up-dated in light of the profiles of confirmed 2017 participants.
The programme is non-residential. Participants will be provided with a range of accommodation options to choose from, including on-campus.
The programme fee is 1175 euro for payments received by 24 February 2017 - covering tuition, materials, lunch and refreshments during the programme. The fee after that date is 1475 euro.
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