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PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2006 3:34 pm    Post subject: Refugee and Humanitarian Affairs training, Eldoret, Kenya Reply with quote

COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT

Refugee and Humanitarian Affairs training

The Centre for Refugee Studies, Moi University invites applications from
qualified individuals to participate in a two weeks training on Refugee and
Humanitarian Affairs, scheduled for 24th September to 6th October 2006 in
Eldoret, Kenya.

Eligibility

Senior undergraduate and graduate students who wish to carry out research on
forced displacement and humanitarian intervention in the African region,
field-based women and men working in government, the humanitarian sector and
aid agencies are eligible. Individuals with demonstrated interest in working
with relief organizations will also be considered.

Course Objectives

The course aims at equipping participants with an analytical framework for
understanding legal, social, economic and
political issues relating to the
situation of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the Great
Lakes region, the Horn and the East African region. In doing so, participants
will have the opportunity to critically examine the 1951 Convention, the 1967
Protocol, the 1969 Organization for African Union Refugee Convention,
International and Municipal Law, economics, politics and recent progressive
developments in international human rights law and jurisprudence, including the
Guiding Principles on internal displacement. Furthermore, participants will
have the rare opportunity to share insights on the need for a human rights
approach when seeking to maximize protection for refugees and internally
displaced persons.

MODE OF DELIVERY

Lectures, group discussions, and consultations will be the major modes of
instruction, and participants will be invited to write a short supervised
research paper at the end of the cours
e. Successful candidates will be awarded
a certificate of the Centre for Refugee Studies, Moi University, and Eldoret.

COURSE PERIOD

The Course will take place from 24th September to 6TH October 2006 in
Eldoret.

Participants will have the opportunity for excursion during the period.

FEES

The Course fee is $800 for East Africans and $1200 for non East Africans. The
fees will cover tuition, reading materials, lunch, tea and an excursion.
Participants will be required to make their own accommodation arrangements in
Eldoret.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Those interested should forward their applications directly to the contact
details below, attaching 2 reference letters and a CV plus 2 recent
passport-size photographs, to reach the Centre for Refugee Studies by 15th
August 2006.

For further information contact:

Cynthia Mutuku
Course Coordinator
Centre for Refugee Studies
Moi U
niversity
P.O. Box 3900, 30100
Eldoret
KENYA

Tel./Fax No. 254 053 43233
Mobile No. 254 733 531 458
E-mail: crefugee@mu.ac.ke or crefugee@yahoo.co.uk

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PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2006 3:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

mmm nice time to travel to Kenya!! Very Happy Very Happy
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