LSE Human Rights Executive Courses
FINAL CHANCE TO APPLY FOR BURSARY SPACES!
The Centre for the Study of Human Rights offers a range of CPD certified Human Rights executive short courses designed to attract professional participants who are or will be leaders in their field. This includes civil servants, judges, barristers, solicitors, legislators (or those involved in the legislative process), business people and NGO representatives. Interested members of the general public who want to improve their knowledge of human rights are also welcome. A university degree will normally be required as a condition of acceptance to attend the executive short courses offered at the Centre.
Forthcoming courses include:
Women's Human Rights (1 - 2 June 2017)
Business and Human Rights (4 - 5 July 2017)
Human Rights Advocacy (16 - 17 November 2017)
International Human Rights Law and Practice (October - December 2017)
Subsidised places for those who would otherwise be unable to attend: Application for subsidised places has been extended and we will continue to accept applications, until 30 April 2017, which is beyond the advertised deadline for the 2016-2017 courses. Places will be awarded on the basis of merit and financial need. Please visit individual course pages by following the above links to apply.
Priority will be given to those working in non-governmental or voluntary sector organisations who are able to demonstrate a clear benefit to that organisation beyond their personal education and professional development.
Heidi Elfriede El-Megrisi
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
Centre for the Study of Human Rights
London WC2A 2AE
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