Human Rights Watch, Europe and Central Asia Division Seeks Summer 2001 interns Human Rights Watch is an international research and advocacy organization that conducts regular investigations into human rights abuses in seventy countries worldwide. The Europe and Central Asia division, with field offices in Moscow, Tashkent, and Tbilisi, works on the countries of Europe and the former Soviet Union. When applying, please include a cover letter, resume, and contact information for two more

The Directorate of Youth and Sport of the Council of Europe will be producing a Manual on Human Rights Education in 2001 in the framework of its Youth Programme on Human Rights Education. This manual is particularly addressed to activities with young people within formal and non-formal education. The Manual will provide methods and activities based on participatory, active and experimental educational methods. We are looking for experienced and interested educationalists and trainers to more

The United States Institute of Peace Webster University's Human Rights Education Project and Center for International Education are jointly sponsoring a two day Conference on Undergraduate Human Rights Education on March 29-30. The conference (which will be held on the Webster University Campus in Saint Louis, Missouri) is free, but registration is limited and is filling up fast. For information about the conference please consult the conference website at of call the Webster University more

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