Tuesday, April 10, 2007
The course offers an opportunity to NGO workers, policy makers, researchers, and graduate students from around the world to gain in-depth knowledge about the relationships between poverty and human rights.
The course is designed to provide a critical, interdisciplinary, and intercultural exploration of global poverty and inequality from a human rights perspective, and to analyze historically the content and direction of the aspects of human rights that the world has seen since the 2nd World War to the present day.
The course will be held over two weeks (6-17 August) in Bergen, Norway, and will provide participants 5 ETCS credits + 2.5 credits for approval of a submitted paper.
The course brochure, application form and more information can be found on the CROP webpage: http://www.crop.org
Deadline for applying to CROP as a self-paying participant: May 30, 2007
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