Five day summer school in Human Rights Research Methods from 1 – 5 July 2019.
09:00 - 17:00
Human Rights Centre, University of Essex
The Human Rights Centre will be offering its five day summer school in Human Rights Research Methods from 1 – 5 July 2019.
This will provide the core methods and skills needed to carry out human rights research whether for academic scholarship, bids for large research projects or reports for NGOs, governments and international organisations.
Fees are charged at £850 for University of Essex Students, staff and alumni and £950 for external participants, with a 10% early bird discount offered for a limited time only.
This summer school will be taught by a combination of Essex and external human rights academics and practitioners. Participants will learn how to design research projects and carry them out both in a headquarters environment or while working in the field. They will learn about the range of tools and methodologies for human rights research (whether academic or practical) and when, why and how to employ particular research methods in specific research contexts.
All sessions will focus on research design, methodology and impact and will examine relevant examples and case studies. As an interactive summer school, it will afford participants many opportunities to apply the theory they have learned, including through dedicated sessions in which participants will be given a problem ahead of the session and asked to prepare the research questions, methodology and impact strategy.
This is an ideal course for postgraduate students, academics, lawyers and human rights professionals working in NGOs, government and international organisations.
To find out more information and to book your place please visit the Human Rights Summer School page.
Upon payment confirmation, we will send you our enrolment guidance pack with instructions on how to finalise your place and book optional discounted accommodation.
If you have any questions, please contact the Essex Law School Executive Officer, Catherine Gentry: firstname.lastname@example.org