Globally, there might be as many as 40 million people affected by human trafficking. These are mostly women and children. In a dozen countries around the world, homosexuality still carries a death penalty, while four dozen countries don’t have laws in place to protect women from intimate partner violence.
Maybe you’ve always known that you’d like to do something about these statistics and assist those with limited access to justice. But right now, the main obstacle is that those hiring human rights analysts or inclusion and diversity policy advisors require candidates to have proven practical experience.
That’s what a Human Rights and Access to Justice program can give you—the in-depth contextual understanding that will allow you to secure a job in the field.
- Understand key issues such as the accountability of local governments, the operational practices of local legal institutions, challenges to accessing legal support, and legal means for working against discrimination
- Upskill yourself in community engagement, monitoring and evaluation, communication and advocacy, project management, and finance and fundraising
- Analyze local human rights issues and gain insights into on-the-ground challenges
- Learn best practices and adapt your approach based on contextual analysis during a field trip abroad.
Applies To The Following Certificate
- Sustainability and Social Impact : Concentration Options