We organize customized training courses for international organizations, NGOs, governments, National Human Rights Institutions, judges and lawyers, and the media on issues related to international human rights law and the work of United Nations human rights mechanisms. Provided by our experts, they are tailored to the needs of partners and audiences and run from one day to a full week. They can take place at our headquarters, Villa Moynier, or online.
You can contact us to organize a customized training course (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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The GHRP- in collaboration with the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights - delivered its annual training course on the UN Human Rights Mechanisms to academic representatives from Malaysia, China and Vietnam. Providing practical insight into the work of UN human rights mechanisms, the course was designed to facilitate their active participation and engagement in the work, implementation, and follow-up of recommendations emanating from the Universal Periodic Review and Treaty Bodies.
This online training course for Latin American NGOs representatives – conducted in Spanish and carried out in partnership with the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung – explored the different United Nations human rights mechanisms pertinent to advance environmental issues and protect environmental human rights defenders. The training course also addressed the synergies and tensions between international human rights law and international environmental law.
Icaro Cooke Vieira/CIFOR
This online customized training – carried out in collaboration with the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung – provided professionals working on human rights issues in Asia with substantive and procedural knowledge of United Nations human rights mechanisms and their role in guaranteeing effective promotion and protection of women’s human rights, in particular their economic, social, and cultural rights.
UN Photo / Violaine Martin
This customized training on United Nations human rights mechanisms was conducted for staff of the Moroccan National inter-ministerial delegation on human rights, in a collaboration with the Danish Institute for Human Rights.
UN Photo / Violaine Martin
In partnership with the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, this annual one-week customized training course is an opportunity for academic partners from various countries to develop a rare practitioner’s insight into the functioning of UN human rights institutions based in Geneva through a mixture of lectures delivered by experts and attendance of the Universal Periodic Review and Treaty Body sessions.
The training greatly enhanced my theoretical and empirical knowledge of international human rights law specially pertaining to women’s human rights. I feel more competent to apply this theoretical and practical knowledge in my professional work as an economic policy researcher whose work focuses mainly (but not exclusively) on the research and analysis of gender gaps in the economy and society at the global, regional and national levels.