Dear Friend,

 

Check out details about the 32nd International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP)organised by Equitas, Canada. It will take place at Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec, Canada, between June 5- June 24 2011. The IHRTP is intended for human rights workers and educators from Non-Governmental Organizations, National Human Rights Institutions, Government bodies and educational institutions. The goal of the IHRTP is to strengthen the capacity of human rights organizations to undertake human rights education efforts aimed at building a global culture of human rights. The curriculum is based on principles of adult experiential learning in which participants and facilitators engage in a process of mutual teaching and learning. The Program Information provides a detailed description of the Program.

 

The Equitas Selection Committee gives priority to the organisations best able to demonstrate their commitment and effectiveness in relation to human rights promotion and education. Consideration is also given to overall gender balance, geographic representation and the availability of bursaries. 

 

Please note that the deadline for receiving applications is November 21st, 2010 and that only the 2011 Application Forms will be accepted.  You can also find the documents, in English and French, on the web site at: www.equitas.org.

 

Should you have comments or questions, please do not hesitate to contact the IHRTP Team at ihrtp-pifdh@equitas.org

 

Equitas

Centre international d'éducation aux droits humains /

International Centre for Human Rights Education

666 Sherbrooke ouest, Bureau 1100

Montréal, QC, Canada  H3A 1E7 
Tel: +1.514.954.0382;  Fax: +1.514.954.0659
www.equitas.org

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Dear,

I am very interested to this training program. i would like to know if there is no fees and if some international applicants need to take part, will they find any financial support

Thank you

Getrop
Dear Margaret Wamuyu Muthee,
I am very much interested in the 32nd International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP) for better use in my professional life but i am unable to pay for the program fee because i am from Nepal and we have no any funding organizations.I am the secretary of Youth Network for Peace and Development, Mahottari,Nepal.
I wonder if you show me the way for receiving the Bursaries Managed for International Candidates.
Equitas gives some scholarships and you might be able to receive one. Just send in your application. You could also check other organisations such as Ford Foundation, CIDA, Rockeffeller etc. All the best
Do not miss it! It is a very good training! I had the opportunity to learn and exchange with people from around the world! At the time, they implemented it in English and French!
hi nice to meet you me Nadeem Lawrence www.lendahand.4mg.com i lke to keep in youch with you i think we will meet in any training
what training ?
my dada margaret Wamuyu, am so eager to learn much from that training,so if need be please expose me to the detailed demands on the training...
am working with an ngo which is still new, financially we are not stable so far, operating in Tanzania.
how coul I found myself in the training will depend much from your lovely concern.
Dear Margaret Wamuyu,
How i wish you direct me to where i can get scholarship to participate in the training. I am working in a Local NGO in Nigeria and the organisation is not financially strong to foot the bill. Please assist.
Thanks.
Umo.
Dear Margret

Thanks for information. I'm very interest to attend the training. My concern is whether there will be fees and what will be the charges?.

We have big concern for proposed construction of hydro-electric dam (1500MW) which will effect many farmers and will keep them on landless. Inhabitants are struggling for the same, if you can kindly support to attend the training I hope it will help underprivileged farmers standing for their right.

Van Lalnghakthang (@VL)
Thank you Margaret,
It is a wonderful program and i would like so much to participate. But the organisation that am working for as a volunteer is not financially stable to support me thruogh this traing. So is there any sponsorship provisions for people like me? And how can i access them. And another thing is that, what are the requirements to consider an applicant eligible for the program?

Ssali Caesar from Uganda, East Africa.
Thanks for the invitation. I am programme officer of grass root youth serving agency and curreltly coordinating a national programme on youth and women participation in the democratization process in Sierra Leone. This makes this training opportunity a rare one. I am very interested and will want to know the finacial implications if any and where i might be able to find funding for the training.
me nadeem Lawrence President of LENDAHAND WELFARE SOCIETY PAKISTAN www.lendahand.4mg.com

i like to get this oppertunity but there is no funds i have i know knock the door and door will open so kindly if it is easier for you to arrainge sponcer for me and if it is possible for my board members thanks

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