Opportunity ID 7907
Degree Non Degree Program/Certificate
Language Requirement Not Required
Opportunity Type : Fully Funded
Deadline: July 17, 2019
Program date: 9-13 September 2019
Organized by: the OSCE Academy in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Location: OSCE Academy, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Language of instruction: English
Seminar instructor: Dr. Anja Mihr, DAAD Visiting Professor at OSCE Academy
The OSCE academy covers all the expenses:
Costs: Free of charge;
- Travel expenses and
Overview of the Program
Our understanding of human rights is framed by international human rights norms, treaties, standards and as well as organizations. The equal and fair access to education, work, and health, the right to development, self-determination, fundamental freedom rights of movement, of religion, expression, participation and consciences are examples of the plethora of human rights that are currently challenged and discussed – worldwide.
OSCE Academy offers this training Scholars and practitioners who are willing to expand their understanding of international human rights norms, treaties, and politics and debates, and about governments’ and civil society’s response to them.
The seminar covers the human rights norms and legal framework of United Nations, UN Treaty Body System, international covenants on Social, Economic and cultural, political and civil rights and the possibilities and challenges the governments and public administrations, civil society face during the implementation of human rights. The seminar will address the Specific human rights issues that are relevant for the Central Asian region such as Human Trafficking, Anti-Discrimination, protection of Minorities, Children rights, Racism, Religious rights, Women rights, and Labor.
The application is open for Scholars and practitioners from civil society, NGOs, and governmental organizations from the following region:
- Central Asia,
- Mongolia and
- the wider OSCE region!
How to apply?
Interested applicants Send the required documents to Ms. Venera Mambaeva, Research, and Training Assistant: firstname.lastname@example.org please indicate the subject line of the email «International Certificate Training Seminar in Human Rights in an International Context». Citizenship should be mentioned in email for the record.
Please NOTE that OSCE will contact only selected candidates for interviews.
Required documents: (in one single PDF document- maximum 3 pages in total)
- CV (in English)
• Letter of Intent (in English).
For more details please visit OSCE Academy