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Centre for the Study of Human Rights

Human Rights Advocacy 2 day short course

£2200.00

Description

Business/Corporate rate

2 day course. This course will provide you with the latest academic analysis of the theory and practice of human rights advocacy. The course considers tools of advocacy: lobbying to change laws and policies, litigation and human rights documentation, social media campaigns, and street protests and demonstrations.

http://www.lse.ac.uk/humanRights/teaching/Human-Rights-Advocacy.aspx

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Centre for the Study of Human Rights

Human Rights Advocacy 2 day short course

£1200.00

Description

NGO/Charity/Individual rate

2 day course. This course will provide you with the latest academic analysis of the theory and practice of human rights advocacy. The course considers tools of advocacy: lobbying to change laws and policies, litigation and human rights documentation, social media campaigns, and street protests and demonstrations.

http://www.lse.ac.uk/humanRights/teaching/Human-Rights-Advocacy.aspx

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Centre for the Study of Human Rights

Human Rights Advocacy 2 day short course

£700.00

Description

Subsidised fee (by prior agreement only)

2 day course. This course will provide you with the latest academic analysis of the theory and practice of human rights advocacy. The course considers tools of advocacy: lobbying to change laws and policies, litigation and human rights documentation, social media campaigns, and street protests and demonstrations.

http://www.lse.ac.uk/humanRights/teaching/Human-Rights-Advocacy.aspx

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Centre for the Study of Human Rights

Human Rights Advocacy 2 day short course

£1080.00

Description

LSE Student/Alumni/Staff discount 10%

2 day course. This course will provide you with the latest academic analysis of the theory and practice of human rights advocacy. The course considers tools of advocacy: lobbying to change laws and policies, litigation and human rights documentation, social media campaigns, and street protests and demonstrations.

http://www.lse.ac.uk/humanRights/teaching/Human-Rights-Advocacy.aspx

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Centre for the Study of Human Rights

Human Rights Advocacy

£2200.00

Description

2 day course. This course will provide you with the latest academic analysis of the theory and practice of human rights advocacy. The course considers tools of advocacy: lobbying to change laws and policies, litigation and human rights documentation, social media campaigns, and street protests and demonstrations.

http://www.lse.ac.uk/humanRights/teaching/Human-Rights-Advocacy.aspx

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Law, War & Human Rights

£1224.00

Description

This seven-week programme, carried out by way of a two-hour seminar each Monday evening, examines the laws of war and international criminal law from the perspective of international human rights law. It confronts the crucial questions: are human rights law, the laws of war and international criminal law three distinct disciplines? Have they now become so entwined that it is not possible fully to understand one without some knowledge of the other?

Humanitarian law, international criminal law and the law of human rights have many features in common. This course will make the links between these different strands of law and show how they work together and complement each other. It will also show where they are distinct and analyse why it is necessary to acknowledge that the three bodies of law are separate, despite the fact that the three strands work towards many of the same goals.

At the course's conclusion, participants will have a real grasp of how human rights law now informs all aspects of conflict and its aftermath, including terrorism and international crimes. A certificate of attendance from the Centre for the Study of Human Rights at LSE will be awarded to all those who have successfully completed the course.

For LSE students, alumni, and staff discount

http://www.lse.ac.uk/humanRights/teaching/lawWarHumanRights.aspx

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Programme: Law, War and Human Rights

£680.00

Description

This seven-week programme,seminar each Monday evening, examines the laws of war and international criminal law from the perspective of international human rights law. It confronts the crucial questions: are human rights law, the laws of war and international criminal law three distinct disciplines? Have they now become so entwined that it is not possible fully to understand one without some knowledge of the other?

Humanitarian law, international criminal law and the law of human rights have many features in common. This course will make the links between these different strands of law and show how they work together and complement each other. It will also show where they are distinct and analyse why it is necessary to acknowledge that the three bodies of law are separate, despite the fact that the three strands work towards many of the same goals.

At the course's conclusion, participants will have a real grasp of how human rights law now informs all aspects of conflict and its aftermath, including terrorism and international crimes. A certificate of attendance from the Centre for the Study of Human Rights at LSE will be awarded to all those who have successfully completed the course.

Subsidised Prices

http://www.lse.ac.uk/humanRights/teaching/lawWarHumanRights.aspx

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Law, War and Human Rights

£1360.00

Description

This seven-week programme, carried out by way of a two-hour seminar each Monday evening, examines the laws of war and international criminal law from the perspective of international human rights law. It confronts the crucial questions: are human rights law, the laws of war and international criminal law three distinct disciplines? Have they now become so entwined that it is not possible fully to understand one without some knowledge of the other?

Humanitarian law, international criminal law and the law of human rights have many features in common. This course will make the links between these different strands of law and show how they work together and complement each other. It will also show where they are distinct and analyse why it is necessary to acknowledge that the three bodies of law are separate, despite the fact that the three strands work towards many of the same goals.

At the course's conclusion, participants will have a real grasp of how human rights law now informs all aspects of conflict and its aftermath, including terrorism and international crimes. A certificate of attendance from the Centre for the Study of Human Rights at LSE will be awarded to all those who have successfully completed the course.

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http://www.lse.ac.uk/humanRights/teaching/lawWarHumanRights.aspx

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