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ahrc right to development 2020 web

The Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, in partnership with the University of Antwerpen, will host an online one-week intensive short course on the right to development in Africa from 14 to 18 September 2020.

Course date: 14 - 18 September 2020
Venue: Zoom (online)

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As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on travel and global lockdowns, the course will be offered online on Zoom. The course fee has been waivered and successful applicants will attend the course for FREE.


COVID-19 Update on this course

The Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, would like to inform applicants and prospective applicants of the Advanced Human Rights Course on The Right to Development in Africa (14 – 18 September 2020) that due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the closure of borders as well as academic institutions in South Africa, the course will be presented in a modified format — a format different from the conventional contact sessions.

The course will this year be presented virtually during the above period of one week, on Zoom. A limited number of applicants will be admitted to take part in the course. Lectures will be virtual, and participants will be required to do reading, submit assignments, and engage in exercises. There will be between 3 and 4 hours of interactive lectures a day. These lectures will be complemented by other activities.

Participants should therefore have access to reliable and consistent internet and must have the Zoom application on their laptops, desktop, cellphones or tablets.

An electronic certificate of participation will be awarded to all participants who successfully complete the course. Full participation is required for the award of the certificate.


About the course

The course covers issues such as:

  • Theories of development
  • Right to development in Africa
  • International financial institutions and the right to development
  • Development and aid: The obligation to provide assistance
  • Transnational corporations and the right to development
  • Other non-state actors and the right to development
  • Food, development and security in Africa
  • Governance and development• Anti-corruption and development
  • Foreign debt and its effect on development

Fees

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on travel and global lockdowns, the course will be offered online on Zoom.

The course fee is therefore FREE.


Scholarships

Since the course is FREE, scholarships are no longer applicable.


Application procedure

Important Notice:
A high proficiency in English is required to attend this course. All lectures and materials are in English. Prior to applying for this course, please read through the information on the practical information and the payment details pages.

Documents to be submitted:

  • Curriculum Vitae (short CV in PDF or Word document, maximum 3 pages, maximum 10 MB in file size)
  • One Letter of Recommendation (PDF or Word document, maximum of 10 MB in file size)
  • Academic Records (students only) (combined in one PDF or Word document, maximum 10 MB in file size)

*Please note that in order to apply for any of the Advanced Human Rights Courses, you are required to use a Google Gmail account.


Application deadline

Applications closed on 28 August 2020.


Overview of previous courses

  • Sustainable development that respects human rights

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  • Evaluating the right to development in Africa

    Evaluating the right to development in Africa

    The Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria (UP), hosted its Advanced Human Rights Short Course on The Right to Development in Africa from 21-25 August, 2017. The short course brought together more than 25 participants; from 15 countries
    Read More
  • A Human rights-based approach to Development

    A Human rights-based approach to Development

    The advanced short course titled 'The Right to Development in Africa'is the eight of ten short courses scheduled for presentation by the Centre for Human Rights at the University of Pretoria in the current year. It ran from 25 to 29
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Contact

For more information, please contact:

Dennis Antwi
Project Manager: Advanced Human Rights Courses (AHRC)

Tel: +27 (0) 12 420 4197
Fax: +27 (0) 86 580 5743
dennis.antwi@up.ac.za

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ahrc right to development 2020 web

The Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, in partnership with the University of Antwerpen, will host an online one-week intensive short course on the right to development in Africa from 14 to 18 September 2020.

Course date: 14 - 18 September 2020
Venue: Zoom (online)

Download brochure

Download programme

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on travel and global lockdowns, the course will be offered online on Zoom. The course fee has been waivered and successful applicants will attend the course for FREE.


COVID-19 Update on this course

The Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, would like to inform applicants and prospective applicants of the Advanced Human Rights Course on The Right to Development in Africa (14 – 18 September 2020) that due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the closure of borders as well as academic institutions in South Africa, the course will be presented in a modified format — a format different from the conventional contact sessions.

The course will this year be presented virtually during the above period of one week, on Zoom. A limited number of applicants will be admitted to take part in the course. Lectures will be virtual, and participants will be required to do reading, submit assignments, and engage in exercises. There will be between 3 and 4 hours of interactive lectures a day. These lectures will be complemented by other activities.

Participants should therefore have access to reliable and consistent internet and must have the Zoom application on their laptops, desktop, cellphones or tablets.

An electronic certificate of participation will be awarded to all participants who successfully complete the course. Full participation is required for the award of the certificate.


About the course

The course covers issues such as:

  • Theories of development
  • Right to development in Africa
  • International financial institutions and the right to development
  • Development and aid: The obligation to provide assistance
  • Transnational corporations and the right to development
  • Other non-state actors and the right to development
  • Food, development and security in Africa
  • Governance and development• Anti-corruption and development
  • Foreign debt and its effect on development

Fees

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on travel and global lockdowns, the course will be offered online on Zoom.

The course fee is therefore FREE.


Scholarships

Since the course is FREE, scholarships are no longer applicable.


Application procedure

Important Notice:
A high proficiency in English is required to attend this course. All lectures and materials are in English. Prior to applying for this course, please read through the information on the practical information and the payment details pages.

Documents to be submitted:

  • Curriculum Vitae (short CV in PDF or Word document, maximum 3 pages, maximum 10 MB in file size)
  • One Letter of Recommendation (PDF or Word document, maximum of 10 MB in file size)
  • Academic Records (students only) (combined in one PDF or Word document, maximum 10 MB in file size)

*Please note that in order to apply for any of the Advanced Human Rights Courses, you are required to use a Google Gmail account.


Application deadline

Applications closed on 28 August 2020.


Overview of previous courses

  • Sustainable development that respects human rights

    Sustainable development that respects human rights

    The Advanced Human Rights Course on The Right to Development in Africa, hosted by the Centre for Human Rights in collaboration with the University of Antwerp was held at the University of Pretoria (UP).
    Read More
  • Evaluating the right to development in Africa

    Evaluating the right to development in Africa

    The Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria (UP), hosted its Advanced Human Rights Short Course on The Right to Development in Africa from 21-25 August, 2017. The short course brought together more than 25 participants; from 15 countries
    Read More
  • A Human rights-based approach to Development

    A Human rights-based approach to Development

    The advanced short course titled 'The Right to Development in Africa'is the eight of ten short courses scheduled for presentation by the Centre for Human Rights at the University of Pretoria in the current year. It ran from 25 to 29
    Read More


Contact

For more information, please contact:

Dennis Antwi
Project Manager: Advanced Human Rights Courses (AHRC)

Tel: +27 (0) 12 420 4197
Fax: +27 (0) 86 580 5743
dennis.antwi@up.ac.za

Donor
flander logo

Partner institutions
university of antwerpen logo