Dejusticia’s New Course on Social Rights in Migration Contexts
Dejusticia has announced a new course entitled, “Social Rights in Migration Contexts,” to be held in Bogotá, Colombia, from November 25 to 29, 2019.
The one-week course is designed for practitioners of economic, social, and cultural rights from diverse sectors, disciplines, and regions. Offered in Spanish, and using a variety of methodologies, the course will explore contemporary concepts and debates relevant to ESCR, comparative jurisprudence from the UN and Interamerican human rights systems and the Argentine, Colombian and South African legal systems, and the impact and implementation of sentences, among other topics.
Past versions of the course have seen participants ranging from postgraduate students, academics, researchers, activists, social movement leaders, judges, litigators, funders, public officials, and policymakers.
Ten partial scholarships (covering 50% of the cost of enrollment) and six full scholarships (covering 100% of the cost of enrollment) are available. The deadline to apply is September 30.For more information on the course, see here.