[beasiswa] [INFO] Fwd: International Human Rights Law Short Course – Residential and Distance Learning
From: Kobie Neita <Kobie.Neita@nottingham.ac.uk>
Date: 5 September 2012 18:25
Subject: International Human Rights Law Short Course – Residential and Distance Learning
To: Kobie Neita <Kobie.Neita@nottingham.ac.uk>
The Human Rights Law Centre, School of Law of the University of Nottingham offers human rights short courses for graduate students, government officials, lawyers, human rights field workers, NGO and IGO personnel and others with an interest in human rights at an international or national level, and gives a full overview of international human rights standards in practice, around the world.
We offer a one term course twice a year (27 September to 7 December 2012, and 10 January to 22 March 2013) which provides in-depth knowledge and understanding of UN and regional human rights systems by faculty and visiting lecturers who have experience of the systems in practice. We also offer a two term course beginning in September/October in which the second term is spent in a human rights internship in an IGO or an NGO – www.nottingham.ac.uk/hrlc/shortcourse
Alternatively, you may be interested in taking modules from our online distance learning course which commences on 1 October 2012. There are seven modules to choose from including UN Human Rights System, International Criminal Justice and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights with each module lasting eight weeks – www.nottingham.ac.uk/hrlc/distancelearning
Miss Kobie Neita | HRLC Finance Assistant
Human Rights Law Centre | School of Law | University of Nottingham | University Park | Nottingham, NG7 2RD | UK
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Distance Learning Course – International Human Rights Law
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