Education

We organize courses and workshops to train activists, community leaders and young professionals from different disciplines who are interested in developing new career paths and obtaining the necessary tools to protect the rights of vulnerable sectors, regardless of their initial training.

We aim to create and maintain a Global South community that will be constantly nourished by our work and the work of our students, representing a solid, informed and experienced voice of the Global South.

2017 Intensive Course on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

The Intensive Course on Social Rights opens its application process, open until August 15, 2017. The course, which will be taught from October 23 to 27, 2017 in Bogota, offers advanced training on litigation, research, jurisprudence and innovative strategies for implementing social rights.
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Global Action-Research Workshop for Global South Activists

The purpose of the workshop is to strengthen the research, writing and advocacy capacity of its participants and their contributions to their organizations and the international human rights movement in general.
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First Global Workshop on Human Rights Strategies
for Indigenous Leaders in the Global South

Dejusticia and the Observatory on Racial Discrimination opens their call to the First Global Workshop on Human Rights Strategies for Indigenous Leaders in the Global South. The workshop will be held in Colombia in December 2017. The call for proposals is open until June 10th.
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What is amphibious training?

Dejusticia’s action-research workshops were born from a sense of the need for a pedagogical space for young human rights advocates from the Global South to deepen their research and writing skills and build South-South connections, as well as increase the visibility of their work and writing outside their home countries. In addition, it was premised on the importance of developing space to think about and tools to realize action-research, in the broad sense of simultaneous participation in engaged, rigorous research and political action. Learn more here.

Teaching Materials

In order to complement our educational and training activities, we develop teaching materials that present the result of different research projects in multiple formats to educate and increase awareness among diverse audiences. For example, in www.hrcases.org, we have developed a database of case studies in multimedia format that we use in our workshops and courses to analyze key practices, tactics and strategies that human rights organizations have implemented to promote social rights across different regions.

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