The program examines social, cultural and individual understanding of the human rights law and humanitarian law, and improves youth & adult learner perception of today diverse and multicultural world; an open mind on challenges to human rights, humanitarian aid and foundational knowledge, skills and attitudes within these fields.
International Bill of Human Rights: focuses on Universal Declaration of Human Rights, International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, as well as Civil and Political Rights and its Optional Protocols. International Humanitarian Law: focuses on rules & legal framework applicable to situations of armed or violent conflicts.
Why do it
In time of disasters, human rights violation, war or violent conflicts; lives and assets can be destroyed in just the blink of an eye. We prepare youth & adult learners to adopt human rights and a set of humanitarian principles involving set of actions that protect people in disaster, post-disaster or those no-longer participating in hostility
How it works
The results produced by the program are used by the Editorial to produce learning and training modules that respond to young and adults learning needs. We aim to develop learning approaches to knowledge about women, men, and gender-related issues through innovative learning activities, theories, perspectives, & frameworks.
To achieve what
The courses are problem-solving-oriented and focus on generating new ideas, methods, or solutions towards the challenges to human rights and humanitarian response. The participants become familiar with human rights advocacy and humanitarian system through non-formal education practices and how to apply these into practice.
08 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
85% GOES TO PROGRAMMES
35 PROJECTS EXECUTED
50 PARTNERS ENGAGED
1200 YOUTH REACHED/YEAR