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Geneva Practicum in Human Rights
 

 

The Geneva practicum is organized by the program on International Organizations, Law and Diplomacy which combines legal, diplomatic, and social scientific approaches to the study of multilateralism. The program explores juridical, political, economic, and other dimensions of international organizations as they face the challenges of globalization and global governance. The theory and practice of contemporary international organizations, law and diplomacy is taught through courses, conferences, as well as experimental learning and substantive interactions with officials in international organizations in Geneva.

Human rights courses in Geneva: June 30 - July 18, 2014

  • The International Labor Organization: Decent Work Agenda
  • Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law: Current Challenges

Participants of the Program of Advanced Studies on Human Rights and Humanitarian law, who complete a minimum of two courses and enroll in two other human rights courses through the Program on International Organizations, Law and Diplomacy in Geneva, receive a plaque indicating they have obtained a “Practicum in Human Rights and Humanitarian Law” for their participation in both programs. Additionally, both programs will separately grant a Certificate of Attendance.

Costs in Geneva:

$3,950* for two courses, which includes housing and transportation in Geneva. Participants are responsible for their airfare, daily expenses and for the processing of the necessary visas

 

*This only reflects the costs associated with the Geneva Program, costs for the Academy's Advanced Program are separate

 

 

 

For more information, contact:

Carlos Portales, Director
202-895-4523

Marc LeBlanc, Program Coordinator
202-895-4530

internationalorganizations@wcl.american.edu