Following on from a successful second year, the Human Rights Centre at the University of Essex is offering its five day summer school on Human Rights Research Methods from 27 June to 1 July 2015. Additionally, the Human Rights Centre is offering a second week (4-5 July) of thematic modules on two contemporary and cutting edge issues in human rights:
- Human Rights in the Era of Drug Reform (4-5 July)
- Making Technology Work for Human Rights Professionals (4-5 July)
An international team of experts will deliver teaching sessions, including leading human rights academics and practitioners. These are essential courses for postgraduate students, academics, lawyers, those working in civil society and international organisations, and importantly, those holding positions in government, including diplomats and civil servants. The thematic modules are run in conjunction with the International Centre on Human Rights & Drug Policy and the Human Rights Centre.
Courses will be held at the University of Essex campus in Wivenhoe Park, an hour train ride from central London. An early booking discount on the published course fee rates is available now.
A full course programme, including enrolment details are available here. We hope to see you at Essex this summer!