AUSJAL Access to Justice
Promoting and defending Human Rights is everyone's job.
Duration 240 hours over 22 weeks Online modality
To offer theoretical knowledge and practical tools for understanding the doctrine and applying the norms that protect rights associated with justice in countries throughout the region.
Intended for graduates of different academic disciplines, justice workers, lawyers, members of non-governmental organizations engaged in defending cases, political and electoral officials, political party leaders, leaders of community and youth organizations, and educators, who work or wish to work in the defense, promotion, education or research of human rights, in both public institutions and civil society.
- Fundamentals and historical development of human rights
- International human rights law and domestic law
- Human rights protection systems
- Introduction to distance learning
- Main obstacles and issues
- International law standards
- Human rights enforceability and justiciability
- Strategy design
- Access to justice, rights of indigenous communities and peoples
- International humanitarian law and international criminal law
- Access to justice and gender equality
- Inter-American system of human rights protection
By the end of the program
Participants will be capable of:
The experience of continuous education learning
Our educational proposal approaches learning as a process centered on the student, who constructs by:
Experience a meaningful process, through updated programs that undergo ongoing improvement.
Transform yourself to transform your environment.
Reflection - Action
Question, generate and practice new alternative solutions to today's challenges.
Enhance your process by building learning communities, networks and joint projects.
Learn with experts who advise and guide you, and give you feedback throughout your process.
Have an impact on your local reality by applying a global vision.
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