Organization of training courses and theoretical-practical seminars for NGO members as well as other attendees interested in receiving specified training on United Nations mechanisms for the protection and promotion of human rights.
Papua New Guinea’s civil society representatives trained to take part in the upcoming Universal Periodic Review
From 15th to 17th February 2021, the International Catholic Centre of Geneva (CCIG), together with its partners Edmund Rice International (ERI), the Marist International Solidarity Foundation (FMSI) and the Dominicans for Justice and Peace, organised a three-day workshop in Port Moresby, ahead of the United Nations (UN) Universal Periodic Review
For the period of October 19-30, 2020, an online Human Rights Introductory Course was offered to human rights advocates and partners in Papua New Guinea (PNG). This course is part of a long-range project jointly organized by the International Catholic Centre of Geneva (CCIG) with its members Edmund Rice International
Organized by the CCIG and UPR Info, a webinar entitled “Human Rights Indicators for Monitoring UPR Progress” was conducted on Oct 29, 2020. The training was facilitated by Nicoletta Zappile, a Programme Manager of the UPR Info. The training aimed to highlight the crucial role of Civil Society Organisations (CSO)
On May 20, 2020, CCIG conducted its first online training session on “How to collect information from local actors/members in order to build up a UPR submission and how to draft the submission.” In fact, the submission to the United Nations of written reports by NGOs highlighting key human rights
True to its sustained collaborative efforts, the International Catholic Center of Geneva (CCIG) and UNESCO Etxea- UNESCO Basque Country Centre conducted recently a Training Session on United Human Rights Mechanisms from September 24-27, 2019. The participants for the said capacity building activity were twelve educators from the Basque Country. They