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2018 Global Advocacy Learning Programme on Human Rights and Development (27 October – 2 November)

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About the Programme

The Global Advocacy Learning Programme on Human Rights & Development provides a comprehensive set of knowledge and skills to human rights and development activists.

Extremely qualified and experienced facilitators, as well as international experts, will guide the participants through the most relevant and pressing issues related to human rights and development. The participants will learn and engage in interactive sessions throughout the 7-day programme touching upon, among others, human rights advocacy and mechanisms, global campaigns, and sustainable development. All participants will receive high-quality reading and training materials. All sessions will be conducted in English. 

Dates & Venue 

The second edition of the Global Advocacy Learning Programme on Human Rights & Development will take place in a green and peaceful location outside of Bangkok, Thailand from 27 October to 2 November 2018. Details about the venue will be announced soon on FORUM-ASIA website, Facebook & Twitter. 


Participants from all over Asia and beyond are expected to participate in the second edition of the Global Advocacy Learning Programme on Human Rights and Development. Their participation will be fully covered by FORUM-ASIA.

Participants will be selected based on the following criteria:

  • Genuine interest in issues related to human rights/development/ governance/public policy;
  • Being currently employed in a national, regional or international civil society organisation;
  • Minimum 5 years working experience in organisations addressing issues related to human rights/ development/governance/public policy (applicants with less than 5 years will be considered on an exceptional basis)
  • Excellent command of English, both spoken and written.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected will be contacted. 

How to Apply

Due to the limited amount of slots available, we encourage all interested applicants to apply promptly by submitting the duly filled application Online Application Form by Wednesday 1 August 2018. For more information, email [email protected]