Courses and Training
This training course aims at enhancing law enforcers’ knowledge of forced labour’s constitutive elements and concrete manifestations and at enabling participants to gather the necessary evidence to build successful cases against forced labour offenders.
Open access to the results of scientific research has potential to play an important role in international development, in this conference the benefits of open access publishing in an African context was discussed, from the perspective of both readers seeking access to information, and researchers seeking to globally communicate the results of their work.
The aim of the course is to provide participants with an overview of the legal, political and philosophical issues pertaining to international human rights law and its relationship to minority rights and the rights of indigenous peoples. All registration is on a first come, first serve basis and there is no formal application process. Tuition must be paid in full no later than June 1, 2011
The Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa CODESRIA) is pleased to announce its 2010 Child and Youth Studies Institute and invites interested scholars to send applications for consideration for selection as laureates and resource persons in the session scheduled for September 2010. The Institute is an offshoot of the Child and Youth Studies programme and is designed to strengthen analytic capacity on all questions affecting children and youth in Africa and elsewhere in the world.
The University of East Anglia's Masters in Child and Family Research is a research Masters programme in the field of child and family studies. It is aimed at social science graduates from the UK and overseas and mid-career health, social welfare and policy professionals seeking to develop their conceptual understanding of families and develop skills in research methodology. It is taught by leading researchers from the internationally renowned Centre for Research on the Child and Family.
La Red Latinoamericana de Maestrías en Derechos y Políticas Sociales de Infancia y Adolescencia (RMI) or the Latin American Network of Master Study Programmes in Children's Rights represents an inter-institutional effort of various universities and Save the Children Sweden (SCS).
The European Network of Masters in Children's Rights brings together universities and other organizations involved in the promotion of the Rights of the Child, through the training of professionals working in the field of childhood. By November 2007, 24 universities and research institutes have joined the network and it is continuously growing. The network brings together academics, researchers, NGOs, public agencies and students.
The Master of Advanced Studies in Children's Rights (MCR) is an interdisciplinary and international postgraduate programme in children's rights which attracts a diverse range of graduate students from all over the world. The Master of Advanced Studies in Children’s Rights is a part-time two-year postgraduate programme that combines residential teaching and distance learning.
Norwegian University Of Science and Technology, Norwegian Centre for Child Research. MPhil in Childhood Studies aims to provide students with an understanding of the relationship between childhood and culture as well as the dynamics between economic, social and political conditions and children’s livelihoods and welfare in different contexts (family-life, day-care and schools, local communities etc).