|Title||Planning and Co-Organiser of three day short course, ‘Beyond Law: The UN mechanisms for the protection of human rights’|
|Authors||Kathrani, P. and McClean, E.|
Are you a human rights professional? Interested in becoming one? Or do you work with marginalised or vulnerable people?
Are you interested in learning how United Nations (UN) human rights may bene t your work? This intensive short course provides
a practical, work-based introduction to how UN human rights may be used successfully in a domestic setting.
• UN human rights is an important but under-used resource for human rights and other advocacy workers and those working with vulnerable and marginalised people
• Under UN human rights law states have a legal obligation to protect human rights and this law may be used to hold them to account
• UN human rights mechanisms are important for the protection of human rights at the domestic level.
|Keywords||Human Rights; Practice; Change; Enforcement; Strategies |
|Web address (URL)||https://www.westminster.ac.uk/file/5321/download?token=9KOv06FA|