Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in the Field: 3rd Annual Course & Fieldtrip
Monday 05 Aug 2013
Sunday 11 Aug 2013
Amubri, Talamanca, Costa Rica
The course aims to undertake a study of indigenous peoples’ rights through the lived experience of an indigenous community close to the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. The course combines theoretical and normative areas of indigenous peoples’ rights with field study, and includes the experience of being hosted for five days by a group of indigenous women from the community.
The course is ideal for human rights advocates working with NGOs and civil society organizations, practitioners, academics, and students studying in areas of indigenous peoples’ rights, human rights, environment, gender and development.
More information on the website of the Human Rights Center of the United Nations