Centre for Civic Education (CCE) is publishing an ADVERTISMENT for XVI generation of the
HUMAN RIGHTS SCHOOL
– school for learning human rights from theory to practice –
School comprises 3 modules in total of one intensive week with numerous lectures, workshops, film screenings and theater forums which will offer an opportunity to learn and discuss various topics concerning human rights. All costs related to the Scholl are covered by the CCE, with support from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through the regional project of human rights education in the Western Balkans, and with the obligation of participants to attend not less than 80% of the programme.
Human rights school provides broad theoretical and practical knowledge on concept of human rights, affirms the culture of human rights, inspiring and motivating people to stand for their rights, as well as for those who are not able to do that on their own and to empower them to have more direct influence within society in future.
From late February 2010, CCE is included as an equal project partner in the Regional Programme for Human Rights education for active citizenship in the Western Balkans, which runs from 2000 supported by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and in cooperation with the Norwegian Helsinki Committee for Human Rights. Entering into this type of partnership implied a certain reformulation of the conception and organization of the previous School programme, the structure of the participants, as well as the increase of number of interactive sessions.
Accordingly, the advertisement for the Human Rights School XVI generation is open to all interested candidates aged 16-19 years, regardless of gender, nationality, religion or belief, with the indication that advantage is given to the offspring of political parties, nongovernmental organizations activist, youth leaders, volunteers, students and individuals who demonstrate a high degree of social activism.
Expert lecturers will be working with the participants through the presentations, workshops, film screenings and theatre dealing with broad spectrum of human rights issues.
Upon finishing of the School the participants shall receive a certificate and be eligible for further educational development.
If you are want to know, to listen the others, to understand those who are different, and you are open, courageous, concern about the environment in which you are leaving and eager to contribute to the development of culture of human rights in Montenegro, Human rights school is the choice for you!
All interested candidates may submit their application with short biography not later than 17. March 2013, on the address:
Centre for Civic Education
(for “Human Rights School”)
Njegoševa 36, I floor, 81 000 Podgorica
Tel/fax: 020 / 665 112