Fahamu - Southern African Regional Office, South Africa
University of Oxford. Department for Continuing Education, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Adilisha distance learning courses for human rights and advocacy organisations
In-service training or
Specifically designed to meet the needs of human rights and advocacy organisations in southern Africa.
Seven courses will be run in the course of the next 12 months:
* Fact-finding and investigation of human rights violations (applications
* Human rights monitoring and reporting;
* Campaigning, advocacy and lobbying;
* Leadership and management for change;
* Fund-raising and resource mobilisation;
* Financial management for non-financial managers (applications now open);
* Using the internet for advocacy and research.
HR incorporated in curriculum
Each course will comprise three phases:
Phase One: The participants will be supplied with interactive learning materials on CDROM to use at home or workplace. They will be supported via email by a course tutor. The participants will be required to complete a series of assignments over a period of approximately eight weeks.
Phase Two: This will involve an intensive workshop in southern Africa lasting for about 5 days.
Phase Three: This phase will last about eight weeks and will involve the participants carrying out an assignment within their organisation. They will be supported via email by a course tutor and submit their work for assessment.
International and regional experts.
Degree, diploma or
Those successfully completing this exercise will be awarded with a Certificate of Completion from the University of Oxford.
Deadline for applications
Applications close on 15 July 2002.
Accomodation and costs
Funding is available to cover fees, travel and accommodation for up to 10 persons per course from within the SADC Region.
For further details and application forms, please refer to the website
(http://www.fahamu.org) or contact <email@example.com>.
This project is supported by the European Union, the British Department for
International Development, and the Canadian International Development
Was the program evaluated
Information not available