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32nd International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joseph Silas Makwa Bangura Sep 29, 2010. 21 Replies

 Dear Friend, Check out details about the 32nd International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP)organised by Equitas, Canada. It will take…Continue

 

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Batseba Seifu left a comment for Margaret Wamuyu Muthee
"Dear Mrs. Muthee, I found the following interesting and worth sharing with you:   Who is an African?  At the opening of the 7th Pan African Congress, one definition of an African was presented by President Yoweri Musevini, the Patron…"
Oct 18
Joseph Silas Makwa Bangura replied to Margaret Wamuyu Muthee's discussion 32nd International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP)
"Thanks for this info. I work for Goal Ireland in Sierra Leone in the capacity of Facilitator in the Disadvantage children and youth programme and I am charged with the responsibility to strengthen the psychosocial development of Disadvantage…"
Sep 29, 2010
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Wondimu Tefera Deressa replied to Margaret Wamuyu Muthee's discussion 32nd International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP)
"Reply by Wondimu Tefera Deressa Dear Margaret, Thank you for the information. I hope it may serve over 20 million small land holding farmers of my region, Oromia ( in Ethiopia) Africa. Here I am working as an Agricultural extension worker.Through…"
Sep 23, 2010
Margaret Wamuyu Muthee left a comment for Joseph Kioi Mbugua
"Hi Joseph, Its good to hear from you. I would like us to keep in touch since i am away now until December. I am in the United States, and i will be happy to meet you when i return in December. Cheers Margaret Wamuyu"
Sep 23, 2010
Joseph Kioi Mbugua left a comment for Margaret Wamuyu Muthee
"Hi Margaret, Good to see your profile. I am also a consultant in peace building and part time lecturer in Nairobi. I am also a member of this network. Would like to get in touch. Thanks Joseph Kioi Mbugua"
Sep 23, 2010
Margaret Wamuyu Muthee posted a blog post

Gender mainstreaming and budgeting course at National University of Rwanda, November 8-27 2010

Hi All,Check the details of the gender mainstreaming course in Rwanda in November belowBestMargaretORGANIZATION FOR SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH IN EASTERNAND SOUTHERN AFRICAN (OSSREA)RWANDA CHAPTERGENDER MAINSTREAMING ANDBUDGETINGatNational University of Rwanda8th to 27th November 20101. IntroductionOSSREA Rwanda Chapter with support from OSSREA secretariat has organized a threeweek training workshop to take place in Rwanda. With this announcement Rwanda Chapteris inviting applications from…See More
Sep 22, 2010
Nasir Ali Sajjad Baloch replied to Margaret Wamuyu Muthee's discussion 32nd International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP)
"what training ?"
Sep 22, 2010
T.MARWOLO BONGOLEE replied to Margaret Wamuyu Muthee's discussion 32nd International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP)
"Dear Margaret I'm very much interested in the training program.Are there any cost attached to it? I'm working with a newly established Non-Govermental Organization called the Childern's Forum Network Liberia,INC. As newly estasblished…"
Sep 21, 2010
Wangeci Chege left a comment for Margaret Wamuyu Muthee
"Dada! Just saying hi and welcome back!"
Sep 20, 2010
Nadeem Lawrence replied to Margaret Wamuyu Muthee's discussion 32nd International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP)
"i am president of www.lendahand.4mg.com please arrainge sponcer for me to get this training thanks"
Sep 20, 2010
Peter A.B. Lansana replied to Margaret Wamuyu Muthee's discussion 32nd International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP)
"Hi, I am Peter A.B. Lansana from Sierra Leone. I am delighted to participate to this training next year. My organisation is working to promote a violent free society and the common good through human rights education and peaceful mediation. I…"
Sep 20, 2010
Peter A.B. Lansana replied to Margaret Wamuyu Muthee's discussion 32nd International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP)
"Hi Margaret, My organisation is working to promote a sociaty that has respect for human rights and peaceful co-existence. I am delighted about the information for the training in Canada. My concern toes the line of the others. Is there the…"
Sep 20, 2010
shahid gul replied to Margaret Wamuyu Muthee's discussion 32nd International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP)
"i belong to apeace maker organization in pakistan and working as PROJECT COORDINATOR in the WAR-STRICKEN area of swat, malakand. i want to be facilitate form this oppertunity but how? guid me"
Sep 20, 2010
MaryFrances Lukera replied to Margaret Wamuyu Muthee's discussion 32nd International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP)
"Thanks Margaret for this information. I will try it out."
Sep 19, 2010
Nadeem Lawrence replied to Margaret Wamuyu Muthee's discussion 32nd International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP)
"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"
Sep 19, 2010

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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology and a Master of Arts degree in Development Studies, both from the University of Nairobi, Kenya. I have received professional training in human rights, organisational development and finance for non finance managers. I have worked in several NGOs in designing projects to empower communities to participate in governance processes, identify their needs, monitor use of devolved funds and prepare reports on mismanagement of resources.

I have worked with youth in designing peace prevention activities in their communities, trained them on life skills and how to defend their rights and to be responsible citizens through promotion and respect of human rights.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi and South Africa
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
Kenya
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Consulting Programmes Manager, Centre for Human Rights and Peace. ur focus is on Youth and peace building
How many years professional experience do you have ?
6-10
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Conflict Resolution, Democratization, Development, Gender, Human Rights, Organizational Development
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Capacity Building, Communication, Curriculum Development, Evaluation, Fundraising, Monitoring, Program Administration, Program Design, Program Implemenation, Research, Qualitative Skills, Training
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Youth and peace building and youth development programmes
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
Youth and Identity Seeking

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Gender mainstreaming and budgeting course at National University of Rwanda, November 8-27 2010

Posted on September 22, 2010 at 10:47am 0 Comments



Hi All,

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At 10:45am on October 18, 2014, Batseba Seifu said…

Dear Mrs. Muthee,

I found the following interesting and worth sharing with you:

 

Who is an African? 
At the opening of the 7th Pan African Congress, one definition of an African was presented by President Yoweri Musevini, the Patron of the Congress. This definition listed five different criteria for those who could be called Africans and included those living on the continent and those abroad. Musevini's definition included (a) black Africans south of the Sahara (b) Africans who live in North Africa who had migrated from other continents and have made th eir home in Africa (c) Dispersed Africans in the Americas, Asia, Europe and the Pacific (d) white settlers in Africa who have decided to settle permanently and make their home in Africa and (e)those who are ideologically attuned to the struggle for dignity by African people everywhere. This definition of the African in the opening speech made a major breakthrough in rising above the racist definitions of humanity bequeathed by four centuries of European nationalism.(@ The 7th Pan African Congress ,Kampala, Uganda, in April 1994)

 

Who is African? I find this conversation worth undertaking.

 

Also, please let me know how we can raise your interest to work with AfricanCrossroads, a consulting firm deeply rooted in and for Africa!

 

Batseba Seifu

Programme Manager

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At 3:45pm on September 23, 2010, Joseph Kioi Mbugua said…
Hi Margaret,

Good to see your profile. I am also a consultant in peace building and part time lecturer in Nairobi. I am also a member of this network. Would like to get in touch. Thanks
Joseph Kioi Mbugua
At 3:02pm on September 20, 2010, Wangeci Chege said…
Dada!

Just saying hi and welcome back!
At 1:10am on September 19, 2010, nenita peruso samong said…
dear margaret,
i am nenita samong a teacher of physical education in mindanao state university lanao del sur philippines i am very much interested on this training but sad to say i dont have funds to support my trip and training hope you could possibly help me on this matter. thank you so much, more power.
nenita
At 4:24pm on August 24, 2010, Craig Zelizer said…
Thanks for the feedback, would appreciate if you could other others know about the network in Kenya
 
 
 

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