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UNHCR 100 th International Refugee Law Course 2019 (Totally Moneyed)

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UNHCR 100 th International Refugee Law Course 2019 (Totally Moneyed)

Application Due Date:6 September 2019

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the Institute is pleased to reveal its100 th Course on global refugee law with a particular concentrate on the Worldwide Compact on Refugees (GCR).

Federal government authorities operating in training nationwide organizations and academics from the Worldwide South, with experience on refugee problems, are welcomed to use.

The Course will cover the concepts, goals and program of action set by the GCR and will permit individuals to reinforce their mentor abilities and capability to establish training modules through sessions committed to training style and discovering methods. Throughout the week, the curricula will concentrate on the crucial elements of refugee security, varying from the legal structure to refugee involvement and options.

Audience

The 100 th Course is customized and committed to agents of nationwide governmental training organizations and academics from the Global South.
This scandal sheet of the 100 th Course will just accept 25 individuals. We apologise ahead of time if we can decline you for this year’s Course.

Objectives

  • Boost the capability of nationwide governmental training.
    organizations to embed the concepts and locations in requirement of assistance of the.
    GCR in their training programs and modules;-LRB- ******************).

  • Empower nationwide governmental training authorities and academics to:
    — Raise awareness on and supporter for the security of refugees;-LRB- *************) — Boost and establish noise and sustainable training programs, in method and subjects, in line with the GCR;-LRB- *************) — Make sure that their training programs integrate content adhering with the GCR;-LRB- *************) — Balance the training technique and locations of focus amongst nationwide governmental training organizations.
  • Exchange of finest practices and peer-to-peer assistance to improve.
    existing program advancement and application systems at the.
    regional level;-LRB- ******************).

  • Identify locations of cooperation in between nationwide governmental training organizations at the local level.

For additional information on the 100 th Course.
please contact Ms. Melissa Amisano– Planner at the International.
Refugee Law and Migration Law Department at:
[email protected] Questions on the course registration and administrative concerns ought to be directed to Ms Patricia Panizzi at: [email protected]

For Additional Information:

Check Out the Authorities Web Page of the UNHCR 100 th International Refugee Law Course 2019