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“Boat People”: The Emerging Challenge in Forced Migration

Boat People

Wednesday, 19 August 2015 at 14h00 UTC/GMT What are the roots of the current crisis? How can the international community respond? Register now >> The plight of thousands of migrants attempting to cross international borders by sea has captured the

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Round table discussion ‘Reporting conflict: Media professionals and international humanitarian law’

Reporting on armed conflict

What is the media’s role in reporting on armed conflict? How can knowledge of international humanitarian law (IHL) aid journalists in their reporting? Join the discussion in person or online! WHEN: Tuesday, 12 March 2015 from 11 am-12:30 pm (15h00-16h30

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HREA Webinar: Introduction to Child Safeguarding

Resource

Wednesday, 21 January 2015 at 14h00 GMT/UTC If you work for a development agency whose activities affect children’s lives,¬†you should be interested in safeguarding. In this free one-hour professional development webinar, the instructors of HREA’s upcoming Child Safeguarding e-learning course

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Give the gift of human rights education: 30% discount on e-learning courses

Give the gift of human rights education: 30% discount on e-learning courses

17 December 2014 — Season’s greetings! Best wishes for the holidays and for the new year from HREA. This holiday season, we invite you to give the gift of human rights education. Help a colleague, friend or fellow human rights

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The impact of human rights education on community policing

Victoria Police community policing

David Jada is a Sudanese youth leader in Melbourne, Australia. Relations with the Victoria Police are sometimes tense. Members of the police have been accused of “overpolicing” Sudanese youth, and young people in David’s community, many of them recent immigrants,

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Premalatha’s story

Premalatha: "I have been denied my rights. But these rights are my birthright."

“I have been denied my rights. But these rights are my birthright,” says Premalatha, a school child in a village near Madurai in the Tamil Nadu region of southern India. She encounters caste and gender-based discrimination. When she fetches water

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