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.

The Intensive Course on Social Rights begins its registration process and through the button attached the participants can pay the cost of the program.

The course, which will be taught from October 23 to 27, 2017 in Bogotá, offers advanced training in litigation, research, jurisprudence and innovative strategies for the implementation of social rights.

This course will be taught by renowned scholars and jurists in Latin America and other regions such as Philip Alston (United Nations Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty), Rodrigo Uprimny (ESCR Committee Member), Margaret L. Satterthwaite (Director of the Robert L. Bernstein Institute Malcolm Langford (Professor University of Oslo) and César Rodríguez-Garavito (Director of Justice), as well as other Colombian professors members of Dejusticia such as Diana Rodríguez (Director of the Environment), Camilo Sánchez (Director of Transitional Justice) and Diana Guarnizo (Director of Social Rights).

The program, which seeks to provide conceptual, doctrinal and socio-legal tools to assisting the understanding and application of social and economic rights in national, regional and universal instances is part of the series of the Global School of Social Rights, which coordinates courses with emphasis on different themes and countries. This version is organized by the Center for Studies in Law, Justice and Society (Dejusticia).

Dates of the course


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Instructors

A mix of Global South and North practitioners will train participants on both theory and practical tools they can use, as well skills they can hone, to engage more effectively with big industries:

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